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The Deserted Village of Port, Donegal Town
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  • Not far from Glencolmcille is the deserted famine village of Port - sad to see what was once a small fishing community and now just the walls of a few clusters of cottages. It is in a very beautiful s...  more »
  • We stumbled upon this by accident recently on a trip to Donegal and stayed overnight in our campervan. It is a magical place however the road is not suitable for travelling in a large campervan! On ou...  more »
  • Port is accessed down some very hairy narrow roads but well worth the drive. This is wild Donegal at it's best. Nothing but sea, stone walls and sky. Port is well signposted but be very aware of the n...  more »