Ailt an Chorráin is a Gaeltacht fishing village about 7 km northwest of Dungloe in The Rosses area of County Donegal, Ireland.
Burtonport a small fishing village nestled on the extreme northwest coast of Ireland in the county of Donegal,with a population of about 1100 people. The village derived its name from a wealthy English landowner of the time, Lord Burton Conynham.
A Gaeltacht fishing village around half of Burtonport area residents are native Irish speakers.
There are a large number of islands off the northwest coast including Rutland, Arranmore, Innishfree. Arranmore being the larger of these islands with a population of about 800 people and has a daily ferry service to and from the island from Burtonport.
Up until recent years Burtonport was a thriving fishing port,however due to the decline in fish stocks over the years the harbour area is now being developed towards the tourist industry with amenities for the small pleasure craft so if you enjoy fishing off shore this is a destination you may consider.