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  • Oakfield Park

    Oakfield Park is an 18th Century Georgian deanery, which has won national awards for the restoration of its gardens and buildings. Sitting in a lush landscape of parklands and mature woodlands in Raphoe, County Donegal, it overlooks the distant Croaghan Mountain. The Oakfield House is not open to the public Read more [...]

  • The Glengesh Pass

    The Glengesh Pass is a winding section of road which links Glencolmcille to our beautiful Ardara. The route is a very popular road to take on your way back from Slieve League. This meandering drive can assault your senses with the magnificent scenery that abounds and bring you back in Read more [...]

  • Killybegs Harbour

    Killybegs Harbour is the premier Fishing Port of Ireland and has one of the best natural Harbours on this coast. It is accessible day or night and in all weathers and can accommodate vessels up to 40,000T. The Port is increasingly being used as an offshore base due to the increasing Read more [...]

  • Biddy Friels

    Biddy Friel’s Saloon is a traditional Irish pub located in the heart of Donegal. Friendly staff, cosy atmosphere and great live music await!

  • Donegal Airport

    Donegal Airport is located at Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh, Co. Donegal. Carrickfinn is located on the west coast of Donegal on the Wild Atlantic Way and is within a Gaeltacht region, therefore many of the locals are fluent in the native Irish language. Donegal boasts some of Ireland’s most beautiful scenery and there are many Read more [...]

  • Fanad Head Lighthouse

    Standing between idyllic Lough Swilly and sandy Mulroy Bay, Fanad Head Lighthouse has been voted one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. Its location within the Donegal Gaeltacht (an Irish speaking area), on the eastern shore of the Fanad Peninsula, is truly breathtaking. No wonder it’s a highlight Read more [...]

  • Slieve League

    Swooping down from the mountain of Slieve League, these cliffs are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe. From the highest point on the cliffs, it’s a staggering 609m (1,998 feett) drop into the swirling Atlantic Ocean below. Before you come to the cliffs themselves, you’ll come across the Slieve Read more [...]

  • Glenveagh National Park

    Glenveagh National Park Some 16,540 hectares (40,873 acres) of mountains, lakes, glens and woods, with a herd of red deer. A Scottish style castle is surrounded by one of the finest gardens in Ireland, which contrast with the rugged surroundings. The Visitor Centre houses exhibitions and an audio-visual show. The Read more [...]

  • Mourne Antiques

    My name is Frances Spears and I have been in business with Mourne Antiques for over 20 years. I run the business from a shop in Letterkenny and I would like to show you some of my stock. I hope you can appreciate that there is a lot more on Read more [...]

  • Donegal Donkey Sanctuary

    Husband and wife team Sandra & Danny Curran took in their first donkey as a result of a phone call from a family friend who found a starving & dehydrated donkey tied to a scrapped car in a bog. As time went by several more donkeys found their way into Read more [...]

  • Monreagh Heritage Centre

    Sitting opposite one of the oldest Presbyterian churches in Ireland, our Donegal Visitor Attraction contains a wealth of information from the Plantation of Ulster to the present day. A nearby, inscribed commemoration stone marks the site where the first Ulster Scots congregation of the Lagan worshiped. Visitors will appreciate the Read more [...]

  • Regional Cultural Centre

    RCC Letterkenny is a multi-disciplinary arts facility developed by Donegal County Council. The distinctive glass and aluminium structure was designed by award winning Letterkenny-based MacGabhann Architects. It presents a programme of exhibitions, concerts, film, digital media and education and outreach. The centre incorporates a first floor art gallery, an auditorium Read more [...]

  • Conway’s Bar

    Conway’s Bar is an olde world style thatched bar in the heart of Ramelton, Co. Donegal, Ireland Famed throughout Ireland for its thatched roof, open fires and rustic charm, its traditional music sessions have become the thing of legend. So why not call in for a pint and enjoy the Read more [...]

  • Ballymacool Park

    Ballymacool Park (Irish: Páirc Bhaile Mhic Comhghaill) is a 20-acre (81,000 m2) public park located in Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland. The park is located on the Glenties Road, not far from O’Donnell Park and the local sports complex. The park has an entrance on each side of the Letterkenny to Read more [...]

  • Donegal County Museum

    Donegal County Museum is based in a fine old stone building, which was once part of Letterkenny Workhouse, which opened in 1845. The Museum houses a substantial collection of artefacts relating to the history and heritage of County Donegal. The first floor exhibition tells the story of Donegal from Prehistory Read more [...]

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