The Donegal Gaeltacht region is an area in Donegal (Dún na nGall) where you will find the purest forms of both language & tradition - Irish song, dance & folklore! It is a unique experience to hear this ancient language being spoken by the locals.
A new survey to get the public’s views on caravan, camper van and camping in Donegal has been launched recently. This survey, which is being undertaken by KPMG Future Analytics, is part of a study being conducted on behalf of Donegal County Council and will allow members of the pubic to share their thoughts on caravan and camping in Donegal and how best to develop the sector going forward.
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.
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.
From sunrise to sunset, here are 12 unique outdoor experiences in Donegal that you won’t want to miss.
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