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This links course offers a challenge to the experienced golfer and an enjoyable round to the novice.
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off.
A golf links that offers the greatest challenges, unsurpassed beauty and tranquility that is almost impossible to find in the modern world.
Donegal Craft Village is situated just outside the historic town of Donegal on the road to Ballyshannon and Sligo
Donegal County Museum, in Letterkenny County Donegal, houses a fascinating range of artefacts covering all aspects of life in Donegal.
The Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum recreates Donegal's historic cottage dwellings, spanning over 300 years, in Glencolmcille, County Donegal.
Fort Dunree is a military museum with special emphasis on coastal artillery and the military history of the north west, in Buncrana County Donegal.
Just 15 miles away from Letterkenny and 15 miles from Derry/L’Derry, lies Lifford, the historic capital of Donegal. The Old Courthouse was built in 1746 and was once home to some of the north west’s most wanted villains.
The Workhouse Famine and Heritage Centre is a restored workhouse building with famine exhibition. It is run as a community educational resource, exhibition space and craft training centre, in Dunfanaghy County Donegal.
Art enthusiasts will love a visit to Glebe House and Gallery. Located 18km from Letterkenny, County Donegal, visitors can view the Derek Hill collection which includes more than 300 works by Picasso and Kokoshka, as well as Irish and Italian artists.
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