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News and Events about County Donegal in Ireland © Go Visit Donegal Blog, 2020.

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Donegal Airport named as the world’s most scenic airport 2020

PrivateFly revealed 2020’s most scenic airports worldwide. Frequent flyers, flight enthusiasts and aviation geeks nominated their favourite airports in a tally of the world’s most scenic and beautiful landings. Donegal in Ireland topped the poll for the third consecutive year.


A Day in the South Donegal Gaeltacht

Donegal’s South Gaeltacht has some of the most stunning scenery and is well worth a visit while on your staycation in Donegal. Here you will hear our native language being spoken in An Charraig all the way over the Gleann Cholm Cille. 


Virtual St Catherine's Medieval Church and Graveyard Website

Donegal County Museum in partnership with Ulster University’s School of Computing, Engineering and Intelligent Systems and the Killybegs History and Heritage Society is delighted to announce the launch, as part of Heritage Week 2020, our Virtual St Catherine’s online digital museum exhibition promoting the history and heritage of St Catherine’s 15th Century church and graveyard in Killybegs, Co Donegal.


A day trip in Donegal on the Wild Atlantic Way

Using Bundoran as a base, much of the North West leg of the Wild Atlantic Way is at your disposal for a day trip – even to the most northerly of parts. Our colleague Shane and his friend took a day trip from Bundoran to Fanad Head, one of the 15 Signature Discovery Points on the Wild Atlantic Way and one of 3 in County Donegal.


Australian Head of Mission visits Donegal

The Australian Embassy Head of Mission Robert Owen-Jones took his first regional visit outside of Dublin to Donegal last week. 


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