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News and Events about County Donegal in Ireland © Go Visit Donegal Blog, 2019.

‘Full steam ahead’ at official launch of Wainfest 2019 

It was full steam ahead for Wainfest 2019 as Cathaoirleach Nicholas Crossan, along with pupils from St Eunan’s Primary School Raphoe launched this year’s programme at Oakfield Park on Tuesday (17th September).


Donegal’s special relationship with the sea explored at Marine Tourism Conference

Donegal’s special relationship with the sea provided the centre piece for the recent Marine Tourism Conference which took place in the Redcastle Oceanfront Hotel on Thursday, 5th and Friday, 6th September.


 

New Visitor Attraction in Malin Head, Co. Donegal - Wild Alpaca Way

The Wild Alpaca Way is a fantastic new experience for all the family to enjoy in Donegal. Check out this article in The Irish Times all about Donegal's latest visitor attraction!


Donegal's Magnificent Mountain Passes

Ireland has some pretty famous mountain passes but they don’t come more spectacular than the ones that weave through the Donegal hills. Unchanged for millennia, these ancient routes take you through some of the most rugged and breathtakingly beautiful parts of Donegal giving you a glimpse of another time and place and making the journey as memorable as the destination. Here are six of our favourites.


Pilgrim Paths of Donegal

For thousands of years, Donegal has been providing a haven for travellers who come in search of solitude, healing and renewal. Today you can release your pilgrim soul by walking some of the most well-trodden Turas, or routes, at these ancient, sacred places. Here are just four. 


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