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Welcome to Donegal

Donegal tourism | Donegal guide

You're Going to Love Donegal

Ireland is most famous for its rolling green countryside, quaint village towns and welcoming pubs. Donegal, located in the northern part of the Republic of Ireland, is popular among tourists for its close access to hiking, ancient castles and jagged coastline views.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Donegal

When to Visit Donegal

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Ireland is famous for its rainy weather, which makes the summer months between June-September the most popular time to visit and take in the idyllic green countryside.

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How to Get to Donegal

Airports near Donegal

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Where to Stay in Donegal

The Hotel Harvey's Point is a luxury rural hotel near the Bluestack Mountains, with average nightly prices starting at 200 euros.

Popular Neighborhoods in Donegal

Where to stay in popular areas of Donegal

How to Get Around Donegal

The Cost of Living in Donegal

Shopping Streets

The Courtyard Shopping Center Letterkenny is the biggest modern shopping mall with standard worldwide brands. The Donegal Craft Village sells more boutique paintings, glassware and crafts from local artisans.

Groceries and Other

The main food shopping markets are Aldi, Mace and SuperValu. A dozen eggs costs 2.3 euros.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$20.83
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$104.10
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$4.35

Where to Eat in Donegal

The Olde Castle Bar is a quaint stone restaurant serving traditional Irish food and beers. Meal prices are between 15-20 euros.