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14th. Donegal Bay and Blue Stacks Festival

14th. Donegal Bay and Blue Stacks Festival

The 14th. annual Donegal Bay and Blue Stacks Festival runs in a host of towns, villages and rural communities throughout South and SW Donegal, from Friday next September 26 to Sunday October 5th.  An annual, high profile focus for the arts in the south of the county, the Festival is presented by Donegal County Council and supported by The Arts Council. The Festival programme includes touring theatre, traditional music and dance,... Read more.


Christine Bleakey at Malin Head

Wild Atlantic Gifts - Ireland's Most Northerly Gift Shop, offers a wide range of Celtic art prints, greeting cards, organic seaweed cosmetics / products, handmade soya wax candles - and much more. Established in April 2014,Wild Atlantic Gifts... Read more.

shopfront Green Man

Showcasing business and innovation in Donegal.

The Green Man is a Wholefood & Fine Wine Shop with an excellent delicatessen. There is also a wide range of organic, fair trade & gluten free products. Fresh bread and croissants... Read more.


view of horn head

Horn Head

Across the bay from Dunfanaghy is Horn Head, a peninsula which forms part of Sheephaven Bay. Horn Head shelters Dunfanaghy from the Atlantic Ocean and is an Irish Natural Heritage Area. R.L. Preger in his book... Read more.

image of a bundoran beach at sunset

Bundoran is the most southerly town in Donegal, and a popular tourist destination. While it is steeped in legend with its very own “Wishing chair” and it’s “fairy bridges”, the town is actually a relatively recent settlement. The first official... Read more.