Narin is a small village on Gweebarra Bay on the west coast of County Donegal, Ireland.
The topography is rough rolling bogland and craggy low hills. Narin Strand is a sand beach approximately two kilometres long.
Inishkeel island is located approximately 250 metres from the mainland in Gweebarra Bay and can be reached on foot at low tide by crossing a tidal sand bank.
The population of Narin is spread sparsely around the countryside in mostly modern housing. There is a large tourist trade serviced by several B&Bs and caravan parks. The local amenities consist of two pubs, The Cope convenience store and beach front and caravan park shops. The sandy beach has Blue Flag status and is patroled by lifeguards during the summer months.
If you are a golfer then please visit Narin & Portnoo Golf Club opened in 1930. The course has recently been re-developed and the new par 73 layout offers a range of teeing areas and challenges to suit all golfers.
Narin lies at an altitude of 12 metres (42 feet) and lies 8 km north of Ardara, 11 km northwest of Glenties and 13 km south of Dungloe.