Dunlewey Lough

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Lough Dunlewey
Loch Dhún Lúiche
Dunleweyloughmap.PNG
Location Dunlewey County Donegal
Coordinates 55°03′03″N 8°14′08″W / 55.0509°N 8.2356°W / 55.0509; -8.2356Coordinates: 55°03′03″N 8°14′08″W / 55.0509°N 8.2356°W / 55.0509; -8.2356
Primary outflows Clady River
Basin countries Ireland
Surface area 14,000 acres (5,700 ha)
Max. depth the locals have stated that Mt. Errigal could fit into the lake
Islands Oilean Gráinne

Lough Dunlewey (Irish: Loch Dhún Lúiche)[1] is a lake in [Dunlewey], County Donegal, Ireland. It gets its name from the area in which it is situated, Dunlewey. It sits under the tallest peak in County Donegal, Mount Errigal. It also has a crannóg.

The shores of the lake is home to a popular tourist centre, Ionad Cois Locha, (Gaeilge for Lakeside Centre), from where boat trips of the lake can be organised.

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