Donegal Town and County

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The Glebe, Donegal, Ireland
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Donegal Town and County - Slieve League Sea Cliffs ... highest sea cliffs in Europe
Donegal Town and County - Silver Strand beach in Donegal. One of the many beaches around the beautiful rugged coast
Donegal Town and County - Killybegs, Donegal. Irelands premier fishing port
Donegal Town and County - Surfing in Bundoran. Fro more info see
Donegal Town and County - A traditional cottage in Donegal for a quiet relaxed holiday. See for boking

Donegal Town and County Reviews

lynnie2010 lynnie20…
2 reviews
Donegal Ireland Apr 03, 2011
Very nice town in the north of Ireland , not big city , only around 20k population , the county in the moutain , and the the residents make their houses alone the moutain , very clean , fresh air county , u even never see the dust in the window , and normally the house owner only clean their house 1 or twice a year . it is really unthinkable for Chinese people . also , also you can see many old building which in the old style but stil keep very nice and classic .

there is very nice sea view in summer , but in winter , you can enjoy the white , clean ,faily tales world .
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pauric_doherty pauric_d…
5 reviews
Aug 24, 2007
I am a native of Donegal Town, so this review is for any people looking to find out more about the area. Donegal Town in located in the north west part of the Republic Of Ireland. It is very close to the border with Northern Ireland (a part of Great Britain). Donegal is home to Donegal castle, a castle that belonged to The O Donnell chiefs that once ruled the north west of Ireland. Donegal has the highest sea cliffs in Europe called Slieve (Pronounced sleeve) League. On a good day, there is a beautiful view from the cliffs. Donegal is also home to Ireland's largest Fishing port Killybegs. Several different fishing trips are available at weekends (all year round) and all week during summer months. Again as in any Ireland holiday, weather can always play a factor in activities. On a very bright sunny day, Donegal and Ireland is as good as any destination world wide. The west of Donegal is a traditional Gaeltacht (pronounced gale-tact), irish speaking area, where some of the old lifestyle of ireland is still visible. There are some fabulous places to go walking, hill climbing, fishing, wind surfing, sailing and many other outdoor activities. Bundoran, a town in south Donegal has held the European Surfing championships on several occasions and provides great surfing all year round. If anybody requires any more info on Donegal, or the north west of Ireland, please contact me.
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Texas2Norway says:
Thanks for the insight into Donegal. I believe that my family originated there and I plan to visit it soon and trace my heritage.
Posted on: Apr 29, 2008

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