Moville is a town and coastal resort on the Inishowen Peninsula of County Donegal, Ireland, close to the northern tip of the island of Ireland.
The town enjoys a scenic location on the eastern shore of Lough Foyle, some 30 km from Derry, which lies across the border in Northern Ireland. Its most attractive feature is its handsome Green, a large seaside park in the Victorian style which features bandstands, walking trails, playgrounds, a coastal footpath and sweeping views east across the waters of the lough to Northern Ireland. As a result of this pleasant location and the proximity of several marvellous beaches, Moville receives many visitors and daytrippers in the summer months.
Moville was once the port of call for transatlantic liners has now found a new role as a centre of leisure activities. Along the coastal side of the town sweeps the popular Moville Green. This is a superbly developed walk including shrub-adorned, velvety turf, sheltered seating and sporting amenities intermingled with cliffs, bays, beaches and mountains.