Donegal Art Galleries

Donegal Art Galleries

Donegal Art Galleries Donegal is rich in many things and the arts are just another area where it excels. You can find many talented artists with international reputations around the county and their work and those of famous artists across the world can be found at the...
Inch Island Wildfowl Reserve

Inch Island Wildfowl Reserve

Inch Island Wildfowl Reserve Inch Island Wildfowl Reserve Inch Island Wildlife Reserve Inch is home to a freshwater man-made lake. It was formed when dykes and embankments were made in order to drain the flat marshland between Inch Island and Bridgend. Blanket Nook is...
Barry Britton Rossnowlagh

Barry Britton Rossnowlagh

Barry Britton Rossnowlagh The multi-faceted Barry Britton is both an artist and surfer who lives in Rossnowlagh, Co. Donegal in the North West of Ireland. Drawing inspiration from Celtic art, nature, archaeology and legends he specialises in pen and inks of...
The Coffee Cup Inishowen

The Coffee Cup Inishowen

The Coffee Cup Inishowen Situated 1 min walk from Buncrana’s Main Street, The Coffee Cup serves fresh sandwiches,chopped salads and fine coffee in a relaxed setting. Now, also based at Dunree Fort. With an indoor and outdoor seating area, it’s a perfect...
McNutt’s of Downings

McNutt’s of Downings

McNutt’s of Downings Located in the seaside village of Downings, on Donegal’s Wild Atlantic Way, McNutt of Donegal have been producing some of the world’s finest weaves for over 60 years. Every collection is designed in-house by a dedicated team of...
Lesser Known Castles of Donegal

Lesser Known Castles of Donegal

Lesser Known Castles of Donegal Lesser Known Castles of Donegal – Burt castle dates back to the 16th Century and can be found in the South West of Inishowen. Originally built as part of a defence network, which also included Inch and Carrickabraghy, it was...
Lough Foyle Ferry

Lough Foyle Ferry

Lough Foyle Ferry Founded in 2002, the Lough Foyle Company provides services to and from the Inishowen Peninsula of County Donegal. The most popular service known as the Lough Foyle route is a ferry which travels between Greencastle and Magilligan. The ferry...
St. John’s Point Lighthouse Donegal

St. John’s Point Lighthouse Donegal

There are a few St. John’s Point Lighthouses to be found in Ulster, but none match the beauty that the Donegal one possesses. The lighthouse is used as a harbour light to guide from Donegal Bay and is used to also mark the north side of the bay leading to Killybegs...

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