County Donegal, the most northern Irish county boasts spectacular surroundings, with 200 miles of rugged shoreline, stunning mountains and sandy beaches. And it’s not simply the scenery that makes County Donegal unique, there are churches and castles, manor houses and farms, mills and museums.
If it’s the bustle of town life that appeals then we believe that going to see Donegal Town is a must. It is a lovely town in the north east of County Donegal.
Walking or Hiking is a fantastic method to see your preferred locations. The Maghery Walk is part of the National Waymarked Way and is a lovely brief walk with exceptional views over the Rosses and out to Aranmore Island.
Glenveagh National Park and Castle comprise over 16,000 hectares and has magnificent views in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains. Take the Tree Trail, go to the sensational official gardens or take a trip around the 19th Century Glenveagh Castle.
Vacation memories are commonly about unique locations, a certain view or vista. One of our favourites in Donegal is the view throughout the Blue Flag Portsalon Beach. For an unique location with we advise you to check out the Glenevin Waterfall which is just outside of the town of Clonmany.
Donegal is the Golf Capital of Ireland. With five of Ireland’s finest Championship Golf courses, situated within a short distance of leading class Hotels, Bed & Breakfast, and Self-Catering lodgings, having a Golfing vacation in County Donegal an easy matter.