Beaches
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Bundoran
Bundoran is a glistening gem in an already star-studded line up, a sublime, cool destination with a calibre of surf equal to anywhere. It’s shimmering green waters bear the brunt of some of the Atlantic’s most thunderous moods and it’s shoreline presents a series of headlands and flat rock reefsthet face directly into nearly constant
Donegal Town
Donegal Town is a busy shopping and tourist town in south Donegal where the River Eske flows into Donegal Bay. It was invaded by the Vikings in the 8th century and they used it as a port. This invasion is where the town got its Gaelic name, Dun na nGall, which means ’Fort of the
Dungloe
An Clochán Liath (called Dungloe or Dunglow in English) is a Gaeltacht town in County Donegal, Ireland. It is the main town in The Rosses and the largest in the Donegal Gaeltacht. There is a river at the bottom of the town and years ago the only crossing was over a grey granite slab lying
Glencolmcille
In the sixth century, Glencolmcille was chosen as a base by St. Columba, one of Ireland’s three patron saints, along with Patrick and Brigid. James Mc Dyer was born in a small town land called Kilraine in Glenties Co. Donegal on the 14th of September 1910. He was the youngest child of seven. Father McDyer’s
Golf Courses
LETTERKENNY GOLF CLUB BALLYLIFFIN GOLF CLUB BALLYLIFFIN, INISHOWEN, DONEGAL +353 74 9376119 http://www.ballyliffingolfclub.com/ ROSAPENNA GOLF CLUB, DOWNINGS, ROSAPENNA, DONEGAL +353 74 9155301 http://www.rosapenna.ie/ PORTSALON GOLF CLUB PORTSALON, LETTERKENNY, DONEGAL +353 74 9159459 http://www.portsalongolfclub.com/ DUNFANAGHY GOLF CLUB KILL, DUNFANAGHY, DONEGAL +353 74 9136335 http://www.dunfanaghygolfclub.com/ LETTERKENNY GOLF CLUB BARNHILL, LETTERKENNY, DONEGAL +353 74 9159459 http://www.letterkennygolfclub.com/
Inishowen
Inishowen is a peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland. It is also the largest peninsula in all of the island of Ireland. Inishowen is a picturesque location with a rich history. The peninsula includes Irelands’ most northerly point, Malin Head, along with Lagg sand dunes, some of the highest in Europe, as well as Grianán an
Killybegs
Killybegs is an important fishing port at the southern coast of Donegal. It is an event, to see the arrival of the trawlers and how they offload the catch. Killybegs in Irish is ‘Na Cealla Beaga’ which means little cells due to its association with an early monastic settlement there is evidence of as many
Letterkenny
Letterkenny is the largest town in Donegal and takes its name from the Gaelic Irish “Leitir Ceannain” meaning hillside of the O’Cannon’s. Donegal County Museum has been opened to the public since 1987. The building is housed in what was once the Warden’s House of the Letterkenny Workhouse, built in 1843 The first floor gallery
Ramelton
The name Ramelton derives from the Irish name “Ráth Mealtain”, which means “The fort of Mealtain”. Archaeological evidences have shown, that in the Ramelton area were settlements since the early Stone Age. Ships from the Caribbean anchored in Lough Swilly and unloaded exotic cargoes at Ramelton in exchange for linen, corn, meat and fish. Later
Rathmullan and Fanad
RATHMULLAN Rathmullan is a lovely holiday-town with a 3 km long beautiful sandy beach.ᅠHere are the ruins of a monastery (15th century) its church was reconstructed in the 17th century by a bishop to his residence. In 1607, the O’Neill and O’Donnell chieftains fled the country to France in what became known as”The Flight of