Welcome to the Inishowen Peninsula. Next stop – the Arctic Circle
Inishowen is rich in rugged & breathtaking landscape, it is remote, yet accessible. 3 hours from Dublin, or just 15mins from City of Derry Airport.
For the outdoor photographer with a sense of adventure wishing to capture the great Donegal landscape.
Roll on / roll off car and passenger ferry from Greencastle, Co. Donegal to Magilligan, Co. Derry. The ferry operates...
The IOSAS Centre and Celtic Prayer Garden, in Muff County Donegal, depict the lives of Ireland's Celtic saints. It is...
Award winning head Chef Kwanghi Chan and his acomplished team combined with quality service will make your dining experience...
A family run restaurant, a perfect place to relax and enjoy a tasty meal.
Glendowen Craft Shop in Clonmany County Donegal was established by Ann McGonigle and specialises in the design and creation...
The Flough athentic Irish cottage outside Muff is open during the summer season. Visitors can enjoy tea with homemade...
Culdaff Beach is located close to the village of Culdaff (Cil Dabhcha), on the north east coast of the Inishowen Peninsula...
An annual community festival which provides fun for all ages and includes traditional crafts and sports, music events,...
This weekend is a tribute to a wonderful fiddle player from Co Donegal and will include performances from guest musicians,...
Ireland's longest running festival of Beatles music taking place over four days, in multiple venues on the shores of...
The biggest festival of Bob Dylan's music in Europe taking place in multiple venues, indoor and outdoor, over four days.
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