Home to the famous dynasty of the O’Donnells of Tyconnell, the town of Donegal, Ireland, has a long history and many sites for tourism. From the sandy beaches of Murvagh to hill walking in the nearby Bluestack Mountains, Donegal provides visitors with a relaxing and beautiful holiday.
- Kinnagoe Bay
- Slieve League cliffs
- Donegal Castle
- Visit Grianán an Aileach, an Iron-age fortress
- See Kilclooney dolmen, a 4,000-year-old rock structure
- Stroll the Donegal Town Harbour
Donegal has cool, damp summers and mild, wet winters. Winter highs are between 39°F and 43°F (4°C and 6°C); summer highs are 57°F to 61°F (14°F to 16°F). Average annual rainfall is 60 inches (1,524 mm), with most occurring during the summer.
Getting There & Around
The best way to reach Donegal by air is through the Dublin Airport. From the airport, there are numerous forms of transportation such as bus or hired car. There are many bus routes, including the 30 Donegal/Dublin, as well as the McGeehan Coach buses that are quick and convenient.
While in town, visitors can walk, cycle or ride the many town and regional buses that pass through Donegal to neighbouring towns and cities.
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