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Fanad Peninsula may be Donegal’s second most northerly point but is unsurpassed when it comes to landscapes, seascapes and spectacular scenery.
Located between Mulroy Bay to the east and Lough Swilly to the west, Fanad’s 75 kms of Wild Atlantic Way coastline defines the lifestyle here.
Inishowen is the beating heart of Donegal cool. Both rugged and refined, the Inishowen peninsula offers the complete package for Irish country living fused with easy access to urban amenities.
As the city of Derry’s natural hinterland, Inishowen is a spectacular coastal playground which is never far from city convenience. The peninsula is bursting with bustling towns and villages and brimming with stunning beaches.
Letterkenny is Donegal's largest town and is famed throughout Ireland and beyond for it's thriving social scene and night time economy.
The county’s commercial and retail centre, located on the banks of the River Swilly, is otherwise known as the Cathedral town. The gothic-style tower of St Eunan’s Cathedral dominates the skyline.
The Rosguill Peninsula lays claim to some of the most unspoiled coastline and stunning views anywhere in Ireland.
An ever-popular holiday home retreat, the Rosguill Peninsula lies between Sheephaven and Mulroy Bays and is the most northerly point of the Donegal Gaeltacht.