Dunkineely is a small village in Co Donegal. It is situated 17.5km from Donegal Town and 9.5km from Killybegs on the N56 national secondary road. It is a small single street village. There is a dun on the edge of the village from which Dunkineely derives its name. The village lies at the top of St John's Point, a narrowpeninsula jutting seven miles into Donegal Bay, which boasts beautiful scenery and is a world-renowned diving site. Dunkineely lies at approximately 150m above sea level. Dunkineely is the larger of two villages in the parish of Killaghtee, the other being Bruckless. The town has three local industries in the village that comprises a fish processing factory, a net making factory and architectural design and fabrication factory. Services in Dunkineely include a shop, cafe, several garages, a fishing tackle shop/florist, auctioneers, four bars, a radio communications shop, two butchers and a budget accommodation hostel. There are several B&B's in the locality. Castle Murray House, a noted local restaurant, is located just 2km outside the village on Saint John's Point. There is also a national school, Garda Station, community centre, GAA pitch and soccer pitch. The area is also served by regular buses.