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  • Donegal Tourism Brochure
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    Donegal Tourism Brochure

    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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    Donegal County Council / Donegal Tourism CLG

  • Donegal Tourism Brochure 2019 - Irish
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    Donegal Tourism Brochure 2019 - Irish

    Tugann an bróisiúr 64 leathanach seo blaiseadh de na háiseanna iontacha agus nithe is díol spéise i nDún na nGall agus cuireann sé beocht le tréaníomhá radharcach de Dhún na nGall dár gcuairteoirí.

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    Comhairle Contae Dhún na nGall / Turasóireacht Dhún na nGall CTR

  • Donegal Tourism Map
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    Donegal Tourism Map

    Donegal boasts 1,134km of the longest and most beautiful stretch of mainland coastline in Ireland is located on the Wild Atlantic Way touring route. Wild and untamed, County Donegal is really a destination with a difference.

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  • Cruise Tourism Brochure
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    Cruise Tourism Brochure

    Visiting Donegal by cruise ship is an epic journey that will stir the senses and inspire the imagination.

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  • Donegal Atlantic Coastal Trail
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    Donegal Atlantic Coastal Trail

    Donegal's Atlantic Coastal Trail will take you on an unforgettable journey taking in three spectacular signature points on the Wild Atlantic Way. Donegal is home to some of the most dramatci and dazzling coastal views in the world.

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  • Heritage Towns of County Donegal
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    Heritage Towns of County Donegal

    The brochures wasproduced by the County Donegal Heritage Office of Donegal County Council to raise awareness of the built and archaeological heritage of the ‘Heritage Towns’ of Ardara, Ballyshannon, Moville, Ramelton and Raphoe. These towns were designated as ‘Heritage Towns’ by Donegal County Council.

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    Donegal County Council Heritage Office

  • Slí Thoraí
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    Slí Thoraí

    Part of Bealach na Gaeltachta walking trails, Slí Thoraí is a 8.5 km walk takes you on a circuit of Ireland’s remotest inhabited island.

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  • Slí Ghabhla
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    Slí Ghabhla

    Part of Bealach na Gaeltachta walking trails, Slí Ghabhla is a waymarked walk that begins and ends at thepier at Tráigh na mBláthán. It follows the gently undulating sandy roadways on the eastern half, and through the centre of the island.

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  • Slí Árainn Mhór
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    Slí Árainn Mhór

    This spectacular walk takes you on a circle around the island of Arranmore. The views in all directions are stunning and the wild and uninhabited interior and the western half of the route is particularly remote. There is a spur walk to the Lighthouse at Rinawros Point.

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  • Slí na Rosann
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    Slí na Rosann

    Slí na Rosann is a 65km circular route covering an area called 'TheRosses', which lies between the western outliers of Donegal's Derryveagh Mountains and its much-indented Atlantic coast in the west.

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  • Slí na Finne
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    Slí na Finne

    Slí na Finne loops through the mountains of central Donegal offering wilderness, mountains, glens, rivers, and lakes. On the sections away from the villages and roads there is a tangible sense of remoteness, where you may encounter deer ranging out from the National Park at Glenveagh.

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  • Slí an Earagail
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    Slí an Earagail

    Slí an Earagail circles through the spectacularly wild and beautiful landscape of north west Donegal. It takes its name from Errigal mountain (751m), whose pyramidic, grey-streaked quartzite cone is almost always visible along the route.

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  • Slí Cholm Cille
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    Slí Cholm Cille

    Slí Cholm Cille circles around and through the remote landscapes of south west Dhún na nGall. This area, which is associated with St Colmcille, and from where the route gets its name, is rich in prehistoric and early Christian monuments.

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  • Burtonport Railway Walk Map
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    Burtonport Railway Walk Map

    Follow this section of the ‘Burtonport Railway Walk’ which passes through a remote landscape with magnificent views. It follows the route of the railway line which linked Burtonport to Letterkenny between 1903 and 1947.

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  • Inishowen Head Loop
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    Inishowen Head Loop

    This 8.5 km walk takes you through some of Donegal's most impressive coastal scenery. Within a relatively short distance of leaving the trailhead you are in remote country with wonderful views (including Scotland on a fine day).

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  • Buncrana Shore Path
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    Buncrana Shore Path

    The Buncrana shore-path is a 4.5 km (one way) traffic free walk which follows the shoreline of Lough Swilly between Buncrana and Stragill Strand.

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