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Things to do

Walk in the Poisoned Glen and learn its story.

Visit the Dunlewy Visitor centre and go for a sail on Gartan Lough.

Climb Errigal.

Poke around in the shipwreck in the bay at Bunbeg on Magherclogher Beach. This famous wreck is the 'Bád Eddie' (Eddie's Boat), which has been marooned on Magherclogher beach since the early 70s where it had run ashore during rough seas.

Fish in Gartan Lough beside the village of Dunlewy.

Spend the evening in Leo's Tavern in Crolly, soaking up traditional music.

Have a wonderful meal at the renowned Danny Minnie's Award Winning Restaurant in Annagry.

Visit the birthplace of St. Columba, who was born just where a ruined chapel now stands beside the village of Dunlewy. St. Patrick made a pilgrimage to this place in 450 A.D.

Malin Head is a place for all activities, including walking, fishing, swimming, photography, studying rock formations or rare flora, and is near Inishowen's five magnificent golf courses. It's also a favourite spot for bird watchers, being one of the few places in Europe where you may hear the illusive 'Corncrake'.

Visit Trawbrega Bay, you will find the largest sand dunes in Europe at Lagg.

Climb Slieve League - the highest cliffs in Europe.

Visit; Donegal Town, Killybegs, Letterkenny, Lifford, Rathmullen, Ards Forest, Glenveagh National Park.

Eat, drink, listen to live music, walk, climb, fish, talk, paint, write, photograph, meet people, learn about the history, or just while away the hours thinking . . . and discover for yourself what an amazing place Donegal is!


If you're lucky enough to be Irish, then you're lucky enough.

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