Tourist attractions in Donegal

  • Glenveagh National Park and Castle

    Glenveagh National Park and Castle

    Glenveagh National Park is located in north west Donegal, and comprises 16,000 hectares of bogland, woodland and lakes. Visitors can take a guided tour of the castle, and walk or cycle in the park. Golden Eagles, Peregrine Falcons and wild Red Deer are some of the many types of wildlife which may be spotted.
  • Glencolmcille Folk Village

    Glencolmcille Folk Village

    The curious visitor to Donegal can experience life as it was in this rural location in the 1700s, 1800s and 1900s. The thatched cottages are exact replicas of that era and they are furnished and equipped as they would have been back then. See how people lived, worked, cooked and entertained themselves and experience the warm welcome that characterises the people of Donegal.
  • Magheroarty Beach

    Magheroarty Beach

    Magheroarty Beach is a curved, sandy, uncommercialised and clean beach which is perfect for swimming and water sports. The nearby pier offers visitors the chance to take a ferry out to nearby Tory and Inishboffin islands. Are you curious to discover a real hidden gem of a beach? This is somewhat remote, which helps it to remain as pure and unspoilt as you'll find anywhere.
  • Poisoned Glen

    Poisoned Glen

    An amazing valley, great for hiking, directly below Mount Errigal. You will pas…