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Things to do in Donegal

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The top 23 attractions in Donegal

Historical Monuments in Buncrana
Grianan of Aileach
It is a stone fort with an amphitheater, near the top of Mount Grianán, which is roughly 18 km south of Buncrana. The sand may res
Nature Reserves in Clonmany
Glenevin Waterfall Park
If you're looking for a calm place, with nothing and nobody around, you can't ignore Glenevin natural park. It is in the village o
Nature Reserves in Donegal
Glenveagh National Park
This is the second largest national park in Ireland, mostly people just go to visit the castle, however I recommend to go and take
Beaches in Donegal
Glenbay Beach
The beaches were never overcrowded even on the day that we had some sunshine, where there were only a few groups of people, and I
Abbeys in Donegal
Abbey of the Four Masters
This is one of the most important abbeys that can be found in Ireland, despite it being in ruins. It's location is next to a river
Gardens in Donegal
Exotic Gardens
From as far as South America, Australia, Japan and China we can find exotic species. The are divided by region or various gardens
Of Cultural Interest in Killybegs
Cemeteries in Donegal
Glencolumbkille Cemetery
Across from the tourist office is where you can find this pretty village cemetery, with typical striking Gaelic crosses. I've alwa
Churches in Donegal
Donegal Church
Facing the town's castle, which is the main attraction in Donegal, I was really struck by the facade of the Church of England. Aft
Castles in Donegal
Glenveagh Castle
This lovely Scottish style castile is situated near the lake of the stunning National Park landscape. The cost is 5 euros to have
Museums in Donegal
Glencolmcille Folk Village
This museum that recreates the different periods in Ireland's history, in a set of eight typical Irish village houses with thatche
Castles in Donegal
Of Cultural Interest in Carndonagh
Churches in Donegal
St. Patrick's Church
This church is striking, both because of the reddish color of the stone and because of the stone-like, slim bell tower. I can assu
Beaches in Buncrana
Crana Beach
A beach to lose yourself, where the sun seems to set fire to the water and fill it with warm colors in the always cold Irish atmos
Harbors in Greencastle
Beaches in Dunfanaghy
Beaches in Donegal