Bunbeg

Bunbeg

Bunbeg is a pretty fishing village in the Gweedore area of the west of County Donegal.Set in a quiet sheltered cove the village has a pier for fishing boats and leisure craft.The harbour in Bunbeg County Donegal is the embarkment point for the Tory…

Gweedore

Gweedore

Gweedore is an area in The Gaeltacht area of northwest Donegal. Its Irish name Gaoth Dobhair It is a very picturesque spot located between the mountains and the sea. It is dominated by Mount Errigal and has numerous other peaks as well as wild…

Carndonagh

Carndonagh

Carndonagh is a market town on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal a short drive from Malin Head. The town is dominated by the imposing Church of the Sacred Heart.At the heart of the town is The Diamond, the central square where you will…

Ballybofey

Ballybofey

Together with the smaller town of Stranorlar on the north side of the River Finn, the towns form the Twin Towns of Ballybofey-Stranorlar. Ballybofey-Stranorlar, a census town, had a population of 4,852 in the 2016. The Balor Arts Centre is a 300-seat arts and…

Ballyshannon

Ballyshannon

From its idyllic setting, this town looks out over the estuary and has panoramic views of mountains, lakes and forests. This town with a population of about 2,500 is at the southern end of County Donegal. It claims to be the oldest town in…

Buncrana

Buncrana

Buncrana is the second largest town on County Donegal with a population of about 7,000. Located on the eastern shore of Lough Swilly it was once a major centre of the textile industry and was home to the well known label ‘Fruit of The…

Bundoran

Bundoran

Bundoran has been a tourism destination since the 18th century. It’s location on the Atlantic Coast on a long sandy beach made it an ideal seaside resort which has been hugely popular as a holiday location. In latter years it has become one of…

Donegal Town

Donegal Town

Donegal gave its name to the county but strangely it is not the county town. The county town is Lifford as it is the location of the County Council headquarters. The town was the home of the O’Donnell clan who were leaders of the…

Glenties

Glenties

Glenties is a small town with a population of about 1,000 located in a valley surrounded by mountains on three sides. It is a pretty, well kept town which won the all Ireland Tidy Towns competition five times. It is on the N56 route…

Killybegs‎

Killybegs‎

Killybegs, located on the south coast of County Donegal is the biggest fishing port in Ireland. As well as being home to a large fishing fleet, the town has a large fish processing industry which supplies the home market as well as exporting their…

Letterkenny‎

Letterkenny‎

Letterkenny is the largest town in County Donegal with a population of about 20,000. It begun life as a market town and has grown to be a cathedral town (St. Eunan’s Cathedral) a seat of learning (Letterkenny Institute of Technology) and an industrial centre…

Lifford‎

Lifford‎

Lifford is the administrative capital of County Donegal. It is located in the Finn Valley area of East Donegal very close to the border with Northern Ireland a few miles from Strabane in County Tyrone. The River Finn is a good fishing river popular…