Follow the poetic path of W.B. Yeats in Sligo and feel famine history in Donegal
Catch some Atlantic rollers in Donegal’s surf capital of Bundoran
Donegal’s finest traditional old Irish Bar & Restaurant offers a warm welcome to visitors to Donegal Town and locals...
An exploration of the natural and manmade heritage of the Southwest Donegal Region.
Kil'n Time is a paint your own pottery studio, where you can drop in and personalise a unique piece of pottery. You...
Maggie’s Tavern is situated in the rural heartland of Carrickmore between the towns of Lifford and St. Johnston in east...
Herbaceous perennials, shrubs and mature trees together with a mixed-hedge "fairy ring" and a conservatory of pot plants...
Donegal's only operational narrow gauge railway. Located deep in the heart of spectacular mountainous scenery steeped...
The Lough Derg Heritage Centre, is on the shores of Lough Derg in County Donegal. It encourages the visitor to explore...
New refurbished tearoom, gift shop and Bar, The Rosses Bar is located in Mullaghduff, 1 mile from Donegal Airport.
Three day set dancing festival to include three céilithe and two workshops.
The only event of its kind in Europe – 10 races of non-stop kayaking over two great days!
Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From the nation's capital to...
The event will see sea anglers from across the globe come to the North West to compete against each other...
The Curadmir Ulster Cycle is Ireland's ultimate cycling challenge covering 360 miles in 3 days and taking...
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