Culdaff is a village on the Inishowen Peninsula in Co Donegal. Its beach is a popular tourist attraction and is only about 50 yards away from the village. It includes two beaches, 'the small beach' and 'the big beach'. The beach can be very busy during the summer, and is known for the expansive sand on the main beach, and a large area of rocks around the second and further along the coastline. One of the biggest events for Culdaff beach is the New Years Swim. People celebrate the new year by running into the ice cold water wearing just swimming gear. The Bunagee Pier is the mooring for two boats that take anglers out to fish, the Barracuda and the Gemini. The fish caught offshore include White Pollock, Black Pollock, Plaice, Rock Salmon, Sea Trout, Salmon. Shell Fish include Brown Crab, Lobster, Green Crab, and Velvet Crab. There is a football team in the village while other places of interest include the Standing Stones behind the Bocan Chapel, St Bodan's Rock, the site of the old St Bodan's well and the Temple of Deen. The main street lso has a number of pubs and a shop, as well as McGrory's Hotel.