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Donegal is an active holidaymaker’s paradise, so, in order to make hikes, bike rides and water-based activities more pleasant, visit in summer. The warmest month is August, with average temperatures of 16°C, and September is the least rainy time of year.Christmas in Donegal is always a special time. A Lapland pops up at Isle of Doagh, Glenveagh National Park hosts concerts, and Santa turns up at country estates and hotels across the county. It might be a bit rainy, but December in Donegal is an excellent place to be to soak up the festive spirit.
Spend some time exploring Ireland’s history from hotels in Donegal Town. Visit the 15th-century Donegal Castle, cruise Donegal Bay and Seal Island on Donegal Bay Waterbus and learn the history of the region’s train travel at Donegal Railway Heritage Centre.Hikers can tackle Muckish Mountain, the third-highest peak in the Derryveagh Mountains. Base yourself in hotels in Falcarragh and it’s a 20-minute drive away. Once back on solid ground, head to Cluain na dTor to see exotic plants grown in coastal territories.Hotels in Glenties are good for catching Donegal’s myriad natural sights. Couples who want to feel secluded should visit for the oasis of bays and beaches along its coast. The town is just at the foot of the Blue Stack Mountains, whose trail takes you past Lough Eske and Grey Mare’s Tail Waterfall.Some more active pursuits can be undertaken from hotels in Killybegs. The town is home to sea and river fishing opportunities, as well as Atlantic Coastal Cruises. There’s also a sub-aqua diving club and tennis courts.The town of Letterkenny hosts a few annual events that are worth checking out. Book a hotel in Letterkenny during August to enjoy Letterkenny Folk Festival, a celebration of Irish music and dance. It’s also the base for Donegal Motor Rally each June. Families can wander around Tropical World, a mini zoo with a butterfly house, Jurassic Land and Bug World.Children are also catered for from hotels in Redcastle. Leisureland is an amusement and theme park featuring dodgems, carousels, a pirate ship, safari trains and bumper boats.

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