Donegal Flights GuideDonegal is rich with breathtaking sights, such as the woods of Glenveagh, the hiking at the Slieve League, and the occasional aurora borealis view at Malin Head. Visit the Glenveagh castle on your exploration - and if you like it, another famous castle is the Donegal Town Castle.
Take a train from the Sligo Station to the famous Dublin, or hop in the car and make the drive yourself - either way, it's about three hours.
There is quite a bit of rainfall year round in Donegal, mostly in the months of September through January (with October seeing the most rainfall). The warmest month is August and the coldest is January.June through October yield the best temperatures for exploration of Donegal's gorgeous terrain without much of a sweat. Don't worry about the rain - the castles are a great activity for the wetter days.
Fly to Donegal from these popular routes with great prices.
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