Dungloe is a Gaeltacht town in Co Donegal. It is a main town in The Rosses and the largest in the Donegal Gaeltacht. The only main secondary school for the area is located in Dungloe, as well as a number of primary schools. The town attracts many tourists every July and August when the Mary From Dungloe International Festival takes place. The picturesque Dungloe Bay and surrounding hills have proved very popular with visitors and have enabled Dungloe to sustain a healthy tourism industry. There is also a festival dedicated to the socialist writer Peadar O'Donnell in Dungloe each autumn. A little to the north of the town is the site of the ancient church of Templecrone. The town is serviced by a number of private bus companies, which provide a link to nationalBus Éireann routes through Donegal Town, and to the north of the county and Derry. There is a range of shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants in the town, as well as supermarkets and a business park.