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Feel the difference in a visit to Donegal’s unspoiled Inishowen Peninsula. Following the meandering roads to the most northerly tip of Malin Head where the next stop north is Iceland just 1,400km away!
With 1,100km of spectacular Atlantic coastline around Donegal which boasts being part of the Wild Atlantic Way. Viewing points such as Sliabh Liag (Slieve League) – known as the highest sea cliff in Europe, beauty of the cliffs and ruggedness of the mountains.

Travel onto the spectacular Glenveagh National Park and Castle where there are tea rooms to enjoy a cuppa or see the herd of red deer or majestic Golden Eagles.

Choose from the Tropical World at Alcorns in Letterkenny – Ireland’s Butterfly house and mini zoo or Waterworld Aqua Adventure playground in Bundoran.

Pick out Traditional Music Sessions or check out the homeplaces of some of our more know international musicians such as Daniel O’Donnell Visitor Centre, Enya, Clannad, Rory Gallagher or the Poet William Allingham birthplace & grave in Ballyshannon.

For hill walker or photographer enthusiasts, enjoy our quartzite conical peak of Errigle, near Gweedore, Donegal’s highest mountain or enjoy the 10 mile coastal walk overlooking Donegal Bay from Ballyshannon to Rossnowlagh!

Experience Irish Culture and history at the Doagh Famine Village, Donegal Craft Village, Magees of Donegal, Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum or Ballyshannon Historical Museum. Lough Derg invites you to take part in daily pilgrimages or retreats where you will also explore the culture and heritage and leave with renewed hope!
Enjoy our china tours at Beleek China, Fermanagh or Celtic Weave China (near Ballyshannon) and learn about the crafts of contemporary and traditional china.

Theatre and Musicial entertainment can be enjoyed at The Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon, Balor Arts Theatre in Ballybofey or An Grianan Theatre in Letterkenny.

Visit Flight of the Earls Heritage Centre in Rathmullan, Donegal Railway Heritage Centre or Killybegs Carpet & Fishing Centre.

We have a choice of tours to offer from Donegal Bay Waterbus in Donegal Town to Boat trips from Sliabh Liag around the bay. Wild and beautiful islands such as Arranmore Island, Gola Island, Tory Island and Inishbofin Island to choose but a few to enjoy the Gaeltacht (Irish speaking) areas of Donegal along with the island terrain being rugged!

Contact Donegal Self Catering providing a guide to Self Catering Cottages, apartments and houses to rent in County Donegal Ireland.

Islands of Donegal The Gaeltacht islands of Donegal offer a kind of holiday that ignites the senses - one of peace and tranquillity, soil - nourishing fresh air, a range of activities and an insight into Ireland's heritage and culture. Whether you are interested in... More>>
Kincasslagh (Cionn Caslach)
Kincasslagh
Kincasslagh is a small seaside village in The Rosses, consisting of a pub, an art gallery, a shop and post office. Notable for being the home of the famous Donegal folk singer Daniel O'Donnell, the village's only pub is called Iggy's Bar and is... More>>
Knitwear
Ardara
John Molloy (Ardara) Ltd is a family run business located in Ardara, Co. Donegal, on Irelands North West Atlantic coast, a region noted for its tradition in knitting, weaving, sheep farming, and fishing. The company was founded by pioneering hand... More>>
Lackagh Bridge
Creeslough
Lackagh Bridge. Crossing the lackagh river on the Creeslough Carrigart or Glen road. The Bridge was built 1755 - 1756 by William Wray (of Ards) and Thomas Smith. who were granted £207 by The Donegal Grand Jury. Note that this was the main... More>>
Leisureland Redcastle
Moville
Ireland's Largest heated indoor amusement centre catering for children of all ages. We offer a wide range of activities including dodgems, ball pool, interactive 3 level play system, pirate ship, F 1 cars, ladybirds, safari trains and carousel,... More>>
Letterkenny
Letterkenny
Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish "Leitirceanainn" – meaning the "Hillside of the O'Cannons" – the O'Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Although the O'Cannons were the last chieftains of Tir... More>>
Letterkenny Cinema
Letterkenny
The Century Cinemas offers stadium seating and Dolby Digital in all of our screens for your maximum enjoyment. More>>
Letterkenny Town Park
Letterkenny
Entrance to this fabulous town park is located just off the hospital roundabout on the Kilmacrennan Road. The park's enchanting design includes numerous walks, wonderful flower beds, herb gardens and orchard areas. Play areas for children and a... More>>
Library and Arts Centre
Letterkenny
The Letterkenny Library and Arts Centre is located on St. Oliver Plunkett Road More>>
Lough Meela
Dungloe
Situated midway between Dungloe and Burtonport is Lough Meela. Meela hugs the rugged coast of west Donegal. The lake is in a rock strewn blanket bog setting. More>>

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