This 58 page brochure beautifully captures many images that display the diversity and majesty of Donegal. It sets out an array of activities, places of interest, and services that are available to potential visitors. The Brochure was launched on Thursday, 12th March 2015 by none other than Mr. Gay Byrne in the magnificent setting of Glenveagh Castle.Find out more
Have you ever dreamed of embarking on a journey of discovery, to hidden places and secret worlds where all kinds of enchantments lie waiting for you? Well now you can, along the wildest, most captivating, coastal secrets of the Wild Atlantic WayFind out more
Springtime in Donegal - Lots to See and Do!Find out more
The Museum is located in the old coastguard station on Greencastle harbour, overlooking one of the busiest fishing fleets in Ireland, with magnificent views over Lough Foyle and Co Derry. It is situated beside the Greencastle – Magilligan ferry. Summer Opening Hours (Easter-September) Monday – Saturday 9.30-5.30pm; Sunday – 12.00-5.30pm.Find out more
The Donegal Gaeltacht is a breathtaking land of great mountains and lake-filled valleys fringed by the unpolluted seas of the Atlantic. Fronted by a craggy coastline necklaced with safe, quiet, sandy beaches, here lies a tranquil land rich in heritage and folklore, a land that contains a wealth of cultural strengths, a strong sense of its own identity and uniqueness.
Whatever your interest, there´s a festival for you! Donegal boasts a year-round programme of unique and exciting festivals and events with something to suit every taste. Comprehensive calendar of events is available on www.donegalgathering.com
For a totally unique Irish experience, immerse yourself in the local arts and culture. Donegal boasts world-class festivals and events, great art galleries, theatre, performing arts and Ireland’s largest Gaeltacht area. Culture buffs will be completely satisfied with a trip to County Donegal.
Take yourself away and explore Donegal’s hidden treasures along the Wild Atlantic Way. Experience Irish Culture at its best and take time to share a story or two with the locals while you are at it. Every day is a journey in County Donegal.