Donegal provides a brilliant backdrop for the plethora of activities which the county offers. Golfers need not go far to find a green, anglers can cast upon the many lakes & rivers, or one could simply trek along the vast landscape on horseback.

Donegal is yours - go explore.

Adventure Centres

Adventure Centres Donegal has a diverse range of superb adventure related centres that cater for Family groups, Corporate days and weekend outings, Watersport enthusiast, and adrenalin junkies! Find out more

Ancient & Historic Sites

Ancient & Historic Sites It goes without saying, but County Donegal is one of the most historic County's in Ireland. With many well-preserved national monuments from the time of Colmcille and Castle's that were once strongholds to the country's most famous clans like the ... Find out more


Angling/Fishing Donegal is home to 16 major salmon and sea trout fisheries with countless smaller wild game fisheries. Donegal has plenty of specialist operators offering first-class experiences on fully equipped modern charter boats. From flatfish on quiet ... Find out more

Cookery & Crafts

Cookery & Crafts Make your holiday a more memorable experience by searching out some of Donegal's specialty foods and crafts. Our artisan producers are passionate people who are proud of their local ingredients and raw materials. They create food and crafts with ... Find out more

Cycling & Biking

Cycling & Biking Cycling in Donegal gives a wonderful mix of coastal and highland landscapes where you can feel completely free from it all. Check out our Cycle Trails and Bike Hire providers. Find out more


Diving Donegal is a must for all divers. The Donegal coastline is awash with the most beautiful and spectacular dive sites. Divers of all grades will find a dive to suit them, no matter whether they want boat or shore diving. The more experienced diver ... Find out more

Equestrian Adventures

Equestrian Adventures Revel in the beauty of a constantly changing landscape and enjoy unhindered access to Atlantic beaches, mountains, forest trails and lake shores. Check out Donegal's A.I.R.E. accredited Equestrian Centres. Find out more

Family Fun

Family Fun There is so much going on in Donegal that you'll be spoilt for choice. Explore the rock pools on one of our thirteen blue flag beaches, take a boat trip to Tory or visit the glorious Glenveagh National Park. Ours is a county of excitement and ... Find out more


Golf Donegal is the Links Golf Capital of Ireland. With five of the Country's finest Championship courses, located within easy reach of top class Hotel, B&B, and Self-Catering accommodation, planning a golfing holiday has never been easier. Find out more

Parks & Gardens

Parks & Gardens Donegal is a County blessed with such a diverse range of public and private parks and gardens. From Coastal gardens with spectacular Atlantic views to forest parks with fantastic walking and biking trails. Click here to find out more about ... Find out more


Shopping Donegal is world-renowned for its traditional products and crafts, rich in history and offering fantastic quality. Textures and vibrant colours of wool & tweeds that blend in naturally with Pottery, Crystal and Art. Find out more


Surfing You can take a Surfing Holiday in Donegal at any time of the year. Donegal’s beaches have excellent waves and breaks from Summer to Winter. Our accredited Surfing providers offer excellent Accommodation, Surf Lesson and Board Hire packages. Find out more

Walking & Hiking

Walking & Hiking Pull on a pair of walking boots, point yourself in any direction you like and feel the wilderness speak to you. The walking experience in County Donegal is second to none. From our Waymarked Ways, National Looped Walks, Coastal Paths and Island ... Find out more


Watersports Donegal boasts a total of thirteen Blue Flag beaches where the whole family can safely enjoy the water. Whether its Windsurfing or Kayaking, Kitesurfing or Deep-Sea-Diving, there are plenty of packages and accredited providers offering great rates ... Find out more

Arranmore Island

Arranmore Island There’s a feeling of enchantment from the moment you step aboard the ferry at the old town of Burtonport (Ailt an Chorráin) five miles from Dungloe (An Clochán Liath), and steam past the surrounding islands of Inniscoo and ... Find out more

Gola Island

Gola Island Gola Island, or in Gaelic Gabhla, is the ideal destination for a walker seeking an 'off the beaten track' walk. Gola Island, less than 2km from the mainland at Gaoth Dobhair (Gweedore), has been uninhabited since the 1960's. Evidence of the ... Find out more


Inishbofin Inis Bó Finne means "Island of the white cow". Completely unspoilt, it has a beautiful coastline that varies between white sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, hidden caves, and a striking sea arch. Coastal nature is rich in this rugged Atlantic ... Find out more


Inishfree Island, approximately one square mile of sandy beaches and beautiful scenery, the island was home to thirty six families in a tightly-knit, caring community. Find out more


Inishtrahull Inishtrahull's main interest is geological, Ireland's oldest rocks are to be found here. It is also well known for its wildlife and is designated a Nature reserve by the National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage ... Find out more


Owey Owey Island lies midway between Gola and Arranmore and is just off-shore from Cruit Island. The recently whitewashed cottages on Owey are clearly visible from the Clubhouse at the end of Cruit. It is roughly the same size as Gola, being a little ... Find out more

The Gaeltacht

The Gaeltacht What makes a holiday in the Gaeltacht areas so remarkable is the living experience of the Irish Language. And the distinctive culture of the Gaeltacht, reflected in its music, song and dance which formally prevailed in the whole Island. What's more ... Find out more

Tory Island

Tory Island Tory Island’s name conjures up images of majesty and beauty. In fact as the northernmost outpost of Donegal’s thriving Gaeltacht culture, Tory is home to its own King, Iron Age forts, and medieval round towers. Rare birdlife and ... Find out more