Donegal is the northernmost of all the counties of the Republic of Ireland, and Gaelic (Irish native language) is spoken predominately there. The county boosts stunning landscapes and is recognised as one of the most beautiful counties in all of Ireland.
Donegal is a fishing county with regular sandy beaches with small fishing villages along the coastline, and while tourism is important to the county, it retains authentic.
Donegal town has a main public area that is called The Diamond because of it’s shape. Well worth a visit is Donegal Castle close to the town centre. Donegal town has a popular antique market where you may be lucky to pick up a bargain.
Boat trips embark from Donegal Bay and sail around the wide bay. Another tour worth considering is to Slieve League cliffs, very close to the town and one of the great attractions of the county, as these cliffs in some places are as high as 600 meters, making them the highest in Europe.