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County Donegal is a land of unspoilt splendour on the Wild Atlantic Way. Its coastline is fringed by huge cliffs and peaks and the long sandy, dune beaches rival those in any other part of Ireland. Surfers from all over the world come to catch the waves at Bundoran.
It has a large Gaeltacht area where native Irish is still spoken, and is renowned for its folklore and traditional music. Famous also for deep sea fishing, with quaint villages dotted all along the coast where you can purchase fresh fish on the pier. It is a romantic county, with a unique personality.
There are islands to visit, Mount Errigal to climb and famous golf links including, the spectacular links course at Ballyliffen.
Glenveagh House and National Park is situated in the Northwest of Co. Donegal, in the Derryveagh Mountains, and is the haunt of many interesting plants and animals. Donegal offers a unique Irish experience to visitors because of the diverse nature of the county, our holiday homes in Donegal provide a great base from which to explore the whole county.