Once named the second most beautiful beach in the world by the British newspaper the Observer, this tawny-coloured Blue Flag beach is a fine place to while away the hours.
The Bridge Bar is one of those lovely old country pubs you came to see in Ireland. Its cosy 1st-floor restaurant has classic Irish steak and seafood dishes. Be sure to try the excellent beers from Kinnegar Craft Bre…
The limited hours means there's a real scrum to get the best produce, prepared foods, baked treats and more at one of Donegal's best farmers' markets. It's in a parking lot just by the river.
These 16th-century ruins, where an English garrison was stationed during the Flight of the Earls, squat menacingly beside the harbour.