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County Donegal

County Donegal

Donegal is a popular area for its wilderness and coastal scenery, its steep cliffs (especially the Slieve League), as well as for its prehistoric and Viking remains, which dot the Irish moorland throughout the county. Donegal is also a place where Gaelic culture has been strongly preserved: Gaelic is widely spoken here, although there are some differences from the Irish Gaelic spoken in the rest of Ireland (there is a strong emphasis on Scottish tendencies).

Visit County Donegal

100% natural landscapes!

Donegal is above all a wild region, renowned for the beauty of its mountain ranges, its ruined castles, as well as for its Glenveagh National Park, which concentrates the most beautiful panoramas of the region! Also note that this region is the tweed specialist: you will be spoilt for choice in Ardara to find the tweed cap or jacket of your dreams!


County Donegal: discover the map

(Tourist sites and places to eat and drink)


County Donegal: activities and sites to visit

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