Kilclooney Dolmen

The dolmen at Kilclooney in County Donegal, which dates from around 3500 BC, is a superb example of a dolmen, or portal tomb, and is …
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Fanad Head Lighthouse

Fanad Head is a Gaeltacht region (where Irish is spoken) on the eastern side of the Fanad Peninsula, therefore it encompasses the finest of what …
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Mount Errigal

Mount Errigal is unquestionably one of Ireland’s most recognisable symbols. Errigal mountain, which stands at 751 metres and is located near Gweedore town, towering over …
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Slieve League

The Slieve League cliffs, or Sliabh Liag, rise to a height of almost 600 metres, more than a kilometre higher than the iconic Cliffs of …
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Malin Head

A journey to Malin Head, on the Inishowen Peninsula, is one of the top things to do in Donegal. It has the title of being …
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Buncrana

Buncrana is a very accessible town for travellers, as it is only 43 kilometres (27 miles) from Letterkenny, Donegal’s largest city
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