Culdaff dates back to the 8th century and was originally the site of the monastery of St Buadán. The current village dates to the 18th century. In the autumn the village celebrates the life and works of playwright Charles Macklin
The village is probably most famous for its excellent long sweeping blue flag beach. There is a path walk the short distance from the village to the beach and a kid’s play park. In the summer there are lifeguards at the beach.
There are several historic sites close to the village:-
The Bocan Stone Circle dating back 1500 -2500 years and which may have originally been used for sun worship or a meeting place though nobody knows.
The Clonca Monastic Site believed to originally date back to a monastic site of the 6th century. The ruined church dates from the 17th century and the high cross which is still standing dates from 10th / 11th century.
The Carrowmore Cross is located at what was originally a 6th-century monastic site believed to be founded by St Chonas.
In the village, there are three pubs and one hotel and a local convenience store. McGrory’s hotel as a fantastic reputation for good food, and is a well-recognised venue for live music. There are numerous B&B and self-catering accommodation in and around the village.
At Bunagee Pier a lovely little fishing harbour to the north of the village you can charter a pleasure or fishing trip during summer months.
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