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    Famed as the birthplace of long-running singer and entertainer Daniel O’Donnell, County Donegal is full of wonderful things to see and do, with the seaside town of Donegal the perfect starting point to from where to explore its many wonderful delights. You’ll find fascinating historic sites and the natural beauty for which the “Emerald Isle” of Ireland is justly famed. Visit Donegal with Shearings and you’ll be taken to the very best sights and attractions the area has to offer.


    About Donegal

    Located on the Atlantic coast on the north west of Ireland, Donegal is a charming Irish coastal town situated in County Donegal. The county is home to a 772-mile coastline, along which, you’ll find no fewer than 12 Blue Flag beaches. Its beaches make Donegal a popular destination for surfers, so why not relax on the beach and watch them take on the waves? In addition to its splendid scenery and sandy beaches, you’ll also find several intriguing museums.

    Donegal Attractions

    Attractions in and around  Donegal include the Daniel O'Donnell Visitor Centre, an engrossing museum devoted to the singer, In the centre of Donegal Town, you’ll find Donegal Castle, which was extensively restored in the late 1990s. Located in County Donegal, Glenaveagh National Park is Ireland’s second-largest national park, and is home to stunning landscapes and a wide variety of wildlife.

    Glencolmicille Folk Village Museum is a fascinating attraction in County Donegal showing how people of the area lived in past centuries.
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