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Make a Break for Donegal

County Donegal, Ireland

Getting active in Donegal, Ireland's most northerly county, is a wonderfully fulfilling experience. Donegal's abundance of Waymarked Trails, local walks, mountain paths, rivers, lakes and beaches provide the backdrop for any activity holiday.

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'Putt' Donegal on Your Staycation List


Discover Donegal as a world-class golfing destination with its rich tradition of golfing and the diversity of courses across the county. Donegal offers a complete golfing experience for golfers of all abilities.

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Outdoor Dining in Donegal

Outdoor Dining in Donegal

As outdoor dining has reopened on June 7th, we bring this handy list of outdoor dining places across Donegal to you.

Make A Break For Donegal

Make A Break For Donegal

The Donegal Guide is a handy digital guidebook packed with information and tips. It will help you decide where to go, what to do and where to stay. For now stay safe and keep the dream alive!

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Fill Your Heart With Donegal

While the Covid-19 pandemic remains ever present in our lives, it is important that we continue to support our tourism and hospitality sector, while doing so in a safe and responsible way and adhering to the latest Government advice. For those people planning a future visit, County Donegal will be waiting to welcome you. The Wild Atlantic Way with its rugged coastline, breathtaking scenery and fantastic cultural experiences is the ideal choice for a holiday. Enjoy browsing our website for inspiration for your future holiday!

Your quick guide to the changes

Your quick guide to the changes

What you can do in June - from 2 June accommodation services including hotels, B&Bs, self-catering and hostels can reopen. Services including leisure facilities, indoor restaurant and bar services must be restricted to overnight guests/residents only.

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Free Donegal Online Guide

Free Donegal Online Guide

Accommodation, activities and the must-see attractions along the way – all in one handy online publication. When the time is right, keep Donegal in sight!

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Donegal - Your Wild Atlantic Way Starts Here

Donegal Tourism Brochure 2020/21

Donegal Tourism Brochure 2020/21

This 64-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.

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Explore Donegal’s hidden treasures along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Explore Donegal’s hidden treasures along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Out at the very edge of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500 km (1,500 miles) along Ireland’s western seaboard from Malin Head in Co. Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork.

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Take a Walk on Donegal's Wild Side

Walking and Hiking

Pull on a pair of walking boots, point yourself in any direction you like and feel the wilderness speak to you. Enjoy the incredible landscape and the natural beauty that our county has to offer.

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Festivals & Events in Donegal

*All Festivals and Events are subject to Government guidelines at present time.

Colmcille 1500

Colmcille 1500

1500 years ago, one of Ireland’s most famous sons was born in Gartan, Co. Donegal. With strong roots in the North West of Ireland, Colmcille (or St. Columba) went on to blaze a trail of cultural and social change around the world. He became one of Ireland’s three patron saints, the patron saint of Derry and his influence extends to this day.

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Earagail Arts Festival 2021

Earagail Arts Festival 2021

EAF programme for 2021, in their 33rd year, aims to safely and securely bring everyone together once again to celebrate great art and Irish culture, with a hybrid programme of online and live performances for us all to enjoy, participate in and engage with at home and in person.

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Activities in Donegal


We have a huge range of quality accommodation to suit your taste and budget, from the traditional Irish Bed & Breakfast to the luxury of well appointed Donegal Hotels.

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Visitor Information

There are loads of ways to get around County Donegal. You can hire a car and explore at your own leisure, or take one of the many coach tours on offer. For the more adventurous, why not hire a bike from one of our Cycle Tour specialists. Whatever you decide, be sure to do it with a smile on your face.

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