Your Town - Kilcar

TODAY VISITS KILCAR, DONEGALThis week on Your Town our reporter Colm Flynn visits Kilcar in Co. Donegal! If you'd like Colm to visit your town, email today@rte.ie

Posted by RTÉ Today on Friday, 9 December 2016

RTE Today Visits Kilcar

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Reporter Colm Flynn visits Kilcar in Co. Donegal!

About Kilcar

Located in a beautiful part of South-West Donegal, between Ireland’s premier fishing port of Killybegs and majestic Slieve League and the parish of Glencolmcille. To the north east we are separated from Ardara by the spectacular Glengesh Pass, one of the most photographed views in Ireland.

Kilcar is the gateway to the Donegal Gaeltacht, situated between mountain and sea – a great centre for both activity and relaxation, offering the best in culture and tradition with modern amenities.

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