Co Donegal

This is an area that is home to the Gaeltacht with a land steeped in rich heritage of the Celt and the Gael. Dungloe offers an excellent base for any visitor wishing to holiday in the area, with a large variety of shops, local crafts and restaurants. In the evenings you can enjoy a pint and the craic in a large number of lively local pubs, where traditional music is heard most nights throughout the season. Dungloe is incorporated in the Sli na Rosann walking routes which is suitable for all abilities and offers spectacular and tranquil views of the natural beauty of the landscape and the wild magnificence of the coastline. Donegal’s rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing along most of it’s coast, boasting a combination of beaches, reefs and points to suit all abilities. The Rosses area has 130 lakes and rivers under the care and maintenance of the Rosses Anglers Association. Visitors may purchase a license (at Charlie Bonner’s shop in Dungloe or at John Paul’s in Super value) in order to enjoy fly fishing for salmon, sea-trout and brown trout. Almost all of the lakes are within a few minutes drive from Dungloe. Sea Angling fishing is available off the coastline and has become very popular in recent years. There are many well experienced operators serving those who wish to go to sea for angling enjoyment. More on