Don't get us wrong. Donegal does great fish and chips, locally sourced and available straight from our bustling seaports in Greencastle or Killybegs. But that's half the story. We have some of the finest restaurants offering excellent food, from budget to fine dining. All of this served by Donegal people, welcoming and warm and to the highest standard. Check out our eclectic mix of eateries here.
Nirvana’ – as it’s namesake suggests is a perfect place of peace, happiness, and tranquillity. A fine dining, family-run restaurant located within the heart of historic Ballyshannon, on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Glenveagh View Point Trail
Length: 1km (This is a looped walk)
Time: 35 mins
The Arranmore Ferry Service from Burtonport to Arranmore Island.
20 mins scenic journey. Indoor …
Narosa Surf School has taught thousands of people to surf all over Ireland of all ages and abilities…
Mon 21 Sep
September 21st - 27th, 2020 - Autumn Writing Retreat 2020
A week-long, creative writing holiday …
Fri 25 Sep
25th - 27th September 2020, Ardara
The Johnny Doherty Festival is a traditional music festival in…
25th Sept - 18th October 2020, Online, Ballybofey and Ballyshannon
Over the past 20 years, the Do…
Wed 22 Apr
Ireland has some pretty famous mountain passes but they don@t come more spectacular than the ones th…
Tue 28 Apr
For thousands of years, Donegal has been providing a haven for travellers who come in search of soli…
Ireland may not have glittering coral reefs or a brightly colourful underwater-world, but what it la…
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