There are a million reasons to visit this wild and wonderful county, from the rich cultural heritage to the breathtaking adventures everyone can enjoy. You can be sure that quality is guaranteed on your holiday to Donegal, so prepare to be surprised and book now!
Practical things are taken care of in Donegal. It is only 90 minutes from Belfast, under 3 hours from Dublin and Galway by car. It has its own airport and is right on the door step of Derry. It's a perfect destination whether you are on a shoe-string budget or looking to splash out on that dream 5-star break.
Getting to Donegal has never been easier.
Dublin, Belfast City and Belfast International Airports are less than 3 hours and 2 hours drive respectively.
Call in or contact any office for information on accommodation, festivals and events, and things to do in County Donegal.
There are plenty of bus, taxi-cab and ferry service throughout County Donegal. From short journeys within towns to tours of the County to airport services to all of the major airports.
Motorhome / Campervan Units
Aire De Service is a network of stopping places specifically designed for motorhomes or camping cars.
13 beaches in Donegal are currently wheelchair accessible. There are also 6 beaches that provide access to a beach wheelchair
Ferry services link the county to the Gaeltacht communities of Tory Island and Árainn Mhór off the west coast. There are also seasonal ferry services on Lough Foyle, linking Magilligan in County Derry to Greencastle in County Donegal. On Lough Swilly, you can take a ferry from Buncrana to Rathmullan.
TFI Local Link bus services in County Donegal are affordable, accessible and available for anyone wishing to travel to or from their local town or village.
Lifeguards will be on duty throughout the summer 2021 on all Donegal's Blue Flag Beaches. Here are all necessary details you need.
Tides are caused by gravitational pull of the moon and the sun. As the sun rises in the east and the stars come out at night, the ocean waters will regularly rise and fall along our shores. This makes tides one of the most reliable phenomena in the world.
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