In the county that boasts the highest number of Blue Flag beaches and the longest coastline in the country; you’re never too far from a beach. Portnoo and Sheephaven Bay are popular, but there are literally hundreds to explore, whether your preference is the panoramic type or the small inlet cove. Take a gentle stroll along the shores or hike to higher points.
At Sliabh Liag cliffs and mountains you will drink in some of the best views in Europe. From the viewing point, you look across a panorama which will set your heart racing. Hike to the stony summit of Errigal, drive to Malin Head, Irelands most northerly point, or visit Fanad Lighthouse, where you can take a tour to the top. Cruise around Donegal Bay or get away from it all and visit some of the inhabited Donegal islands. At Glenveagh National Park you can explore 40,000 acres of wilderness or take a Tour of the Castle.
Donegal has an abundance of land and water based activities, and plenty to keep the family entertained even if the sun doesn’t shine. Sports enthusiasts are spoilt for choice: fishing, surfing, golfing, angling, cycling, equestrian – the list goes on.
A Foodie Destination, the passion and pride of Donegal producers and chefs, teamed with a wealth of local ingredients ensures that the Donegal food scene has something to entice and delight. Our locals are welcoming, diverse, traditional, and modern. From Donegal tweed to sculptures made of bog oak, Donegal craft is famous.
Why Visit Donegal? 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!