An interesting and unspoilt 17th century plantation village picturesquely situated at the head of Trawbreaga Bay. A Key feature is the bridge crossing the Ballyboe River; its ten arches spanning the bay. It is the second largest stone bridge in Ireland. The original triangular village green is still intact, planted with limes, sycamore and cherries, and recently with oaks to commemorate the Ó’Dochartaigh Clan. The Church of Ireland parish church has a fine three state battlemented tower with square pinnacles. The Lagg Road to Malin Head takes the visitor along the shores of Trawbreaga Bay. The Bay is an area of regional ornithological importance and has been declared a wildlife sanctuary.