This is Donegal
This is Donegal
Take the fourth largest county in Ireland. Mix with 13 stunning blue-flag beaches, a vibrant cultural tradition & thriving business opportunities.
Add rich heritage, outdoor activities and fine guinness in traditional bars. County Donegal - a recipe for magic.
Across the world, Donegal people have come together in their 'homes from home' and formed groups. A shared identity, background and cultural understanding allows members to create a link with their homeland. There are many Irish groups related to different activities or hobbies, indeed, there is...Read more.
The picturesque town of Moville lies on the western banks of Lough Foyle, County Donegal, where the Bredagh River flows into the sea. The name Moville has two possible Gaelic origins, translated from Bun a Phobail, meaning ‘Foot of the Parish’ or Magh Bhile, meaning ‘Plain of the Ancient Tree’. ...Read more.
Donegal Prospectus, a positive boost for the future.
The new Donegal Prospectus has been described as having an important role in presenting this county as an excellent place to do business for companies thinking of locating in Ireland.
The glossy 48-page publication is to be used to attract foreign investment and showcase the county to...Read more.
The Donegal County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association / Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Coiste Dhún na nGall (GAA) is one of the GAA's 32 county boards in Ireland. It is responsible for Gaelic games in County Donegal. The county board is also responsible for the Donegal inter-county teams. The...Read more.