Fly to Donegal

Surf, seafood, sensational sights, sounds and more

Escape to glorious sea and skyscapes, boundless beaches and wondrous wildlife. Donegal has it all and more, when you add the exceptional seafood, traditional warm hospitality and musicality in the comfy pubs.

You’ll discover more beaches than you could ever wish for

Ballymastocker and Culdaff are just two among the gems. Mighty cliffs will take your breath away – those at Sliabh Liag are among Europe’s highest at 601 metres (1,972 feet), and Horn Head’s imposing promontory also offers sensational coastal views. Fanad Head has its legendary lighthouse as well as scenery, while Malin Head has the 200-years-old clifftop tower of Banba’s Crown on the northmost tip of Ireland. Wherever you roam on the coast, always keep your eyes peeled for seabirds, seals, dolphins and whales.

Why just look at waves when you can surf them? Bundoran is one of the most renowned surf settings anywhere – with music and pubs to add to the tide of enthusiasm – and the same goes for Rossnowlagh, Dunfanaghy and the Fanad Peninsula. Outdoor pursuits include salmon fishing, diving, rock climbing and hiking. Or maybe just have a quiet delve into Donegal Castle, lovingly preserved on the River Eske.

Fly to Donegal with Loganair and get away from it all.

3 Escapologist’s Reasons for a Flight to Donegal

  • Sensational coastline

  • Surfing and other outdoor pursuits

  • Amazing hospitality

 

Donegal Airport

Donegal Airport has been named the most scenic in the world for the second year in a row. The poll of thousands of voters across the world ranked it best amongst 29 airports, overseen by a panel of industry experts.

From humble beginnings ...

... A Taste of Donegal Food Festival now attracts food lovers from all over the world to a beautiful tented village on the pier in Donegal Town, with a stunning backdrop of the Blue Stack Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.

 

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