Amelia’s

Amelia’s have a quality selection of gifts, art and studio ceramics for sale. They are handcrafted by makers from the locality and all over Ireland and are all handpicked by me for their quality, beauty and suitability for your home.… Read more »

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The Gallery Dunfanaghy

This attractive two story stone house, which was built in the 1840’s was first a fever Hospital, then a school, and finally in 1968 it was opened as “The Gallery” by Alan and Moira Harley, who still continue to run… Read more »

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GrassRoutes Electric Bike Hire,

Electric & Road bike Rental Available at Glenveagh National Park with delivery options for group bookings, for more information please do not hesitate to get in touch! Contact us to find out more and Follow us on Facebook , Twitter & Tripadvisor.

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Adventure One Surf School

Adventure One is North Donegals Leading ISA approved Surf School At Adventure One surf school we offer surf lessons and coaching for complete beginners to intermediate and advanced surfers. Our surf lessons are run in the crystal clear waters of… Read more »

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Unique Ascent

Ever wanted to try rock climbing? Unique Ascent will be running sessions on Cruit Island from 11 am till 2 pm and from 2 pm till 5 pm on the 13th and 14th July. €25 per person, all equipment provided.… Read more »

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Walking Donegal

Three wonderful walks by Walking Donegal throughout 8th to 14th July. Taking in the Gaeltacht’s stunning natural beauty as well as plenty of local history near Clannad and Altan’s roots. Transport arranged from meeting point. To book, for advice and… Read more »

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Green Acres Quilts

Irish Quilting is a rewarding experience for all ages. Green Acres Quilts, Falcarragh, run workshops every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in July and August. Offering small quilting projects as an introduction to the craft. You can follow us on facebook… Read more »

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Glenveagh National Park

Glenveagh National Park lies in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains in the North-West of Co. Donegal, home to Ireland’s only Golden Eagles. The Castle is open all year round and may be visited by guided tours, which take place… Read more »

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Dunree Fort

Fort Dunree has been an important defensive site down through history. Today however, its stunning natural beauty and abundant wildlife are drawing increasing numbers of visitors to one of Inishowen’s most beautiful and peaceful locations.

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An Grianan Ailigh

The Grianan of Aileach is a group of historic structures atop a 244 metres (801 ft) hill in Co. Donegal. The main structure is a stone ringfort, thought to have been built by the Uí Néill in the sixth or… Read more »

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Mount Errigal

Mount Errigal, or simply Errigal is a 751-metre mountain near Gweedore in Co. Donegal. It is the tallest peak of the Derryveagh Mountains, the tallest peak in Co. Donegal, and the 76th tallest peak in Ireland.

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Doagh Famine Village

Doagh Famine Village offers a large selection of life size attractions portraying life in Ireland from the 1840s until the present day.

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Sliabh League

Sliabh League is a mountain on the Atlantic coast of Co. Donegal. At 601 metres (1,972 ft), it has some of the highest sea cliffs on the island of Ireland. Although less famous than the Cliffs of Moher in County… Read more »

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Mamore Gap

Mamore Gap was once the sole gateway between Buncrana and Urris. This steep meandering road, sheltered 700 feet on either side by the hill of Mamore on the east and on the west the hill of Craogh Carragh. This local… Read more »

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Malin Head

Malin Head is located on the Inishowen Peninsula, Co. Donegal and is the most northerly point of the island of Ireland. The northern most tip is represented by a headland named Banba’s Crown located at latitude 55.38ºN. Malin Head gives… Read more »

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Doe Castle

Doe Castle near Creeslough, Co. Donegal, was historically a stronghold of Clan Suibhne, with architectural parallels to the Scottish Tower house. Built in the 16th c. it is one of the better preserved fortalices in the North-West of Ireland. It… Read more »

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Arranmore Island Ferry

Arranmore Car and Passenger Fast Ferries is a family run ferry service, owned and operated by islanders, that runs from Burtonport to Arranmore Island, Co. Donegal on a daily schedule. Enjoy a trip to Arranmore and see the spectacular coastline… Read more »

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Bealach Na Gaeltachta

Bealach Na Gaeltachta is a set of long distance walking routes developed to the standards of a national marked way. The long distance walking route is made up of four circular routes, three of which interlink. Each route is between… Read more »

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Donegal Islands

There is an Ireland of traditional landscape and culture. An Ireland where the Irish language thrives and time stands still. It lies in the islands off the northwest coast of Donegal. We bid you céad míle fáilte, to seven of… Read more »

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Arranmore Co-op Visitor Centre

An Chultúrlann is situated in Fál an Ghabhann in the grounds of Arranmore Holiday Village. It is adjacent to the children’s playground and the island’s pitch and putt course. An Chultúrlann is open daily during summer, offering the following facilities… Read more »

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Burtonport Visitor Centre

Burtonport Welcome Centre, a meeting place for both locals and tourists. The Welcome Centre is non-profit organisation, based in the Old Cope. Run by community Volunteers. The centre now encorporates 4 museums. We have one of the largest Art Galleries… Read more »

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Arranmore Island

Why not pay a visit to Árainn Mhór to enjoy a place apart. The ferry runs all year from Burtonport making day trips a must and longer visits a well deserved treat. Savor the beautiful untamed landscape, Gaelic culture, quiet… Read more »

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Tory Island

Tory must be visited if one is even to begin to understand why this remote crag, two and a half miles long, holds such an attraction for its inhabitants that they like their forebears, endure the full fury of the… Read more »

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Shamrock Lodge

Step back in time at the Shamrock Lodge, in the heart of Falcarragh. A cosy welcoming bar that’s over 50 years old, with music,snug areas, local history and trad especially throughout July. The walls are literally lined with vintage curiosities… Read more »

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Old Church Visitor Centre

Our New Visitor Centre offers some of the latest multimedia technological exhibits surrounding the mythical Tuatha De Danann Race of Gods and Warriors in Irish folklore. Particular attention is given to the impressive Grianan Ring Fort resting on the hill… Read more »

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