logo-mini

Are you sure you want to sure you want to leave the feed?

Leave

Oops... something went wrong!

My Ireland

Looking for inspiration? Planning a trip? Or just want to scroll yourself happy? We'll show you an Ireland that's tailor-made for you.

  • #Landscapes
  • #CultureandHeritage
  • #OutdoorActivities
  • #Landmarks
FFFFFF-0 FFFFFF-0

Oops, no internet connection

While offline, you can still add items to ‘My Board’. New travel reccomendations will only show up once you’re back online.

    See what Ireland has in store for you

    Oops, no internet connection

    While offline, you can still add items to ‘My Board’. New travel reccomendations will only show up once you’re back online.

    My Board

    Items without a physical location are not shown in map view.

    Looks like your board is empty

    Look out for the little heart icon around Ireland.com, simply tap the icon to start adding items to your board!

    Emptyboard Emptyboard

    Board settings

    Collection cover image

    Visible to people you share your board with

    No image

    board-settings-sample-image-1
    board-settings-sample-image-2
    board-settings-sample-image-3
    board-settings-sample-image-4
    board-settings-sample-image-5
    board-settings-sample-image-6
    board-settings-sample-image-7
    board-settings-sample-image-8
    Lemon Tree-bg2 Lemon Tree-bg2

    County Donegal : where to eat

    Sea views, seafood symphonies and service with a smile: you’re in for a taste explosion here in County Donegal

    northern-headlands-food-inset1-nancysbarn northern-headlands-food-inset1-nancysbarn

    Nancy's Barn, County Donegal

    Nancy's Barn, Ballyliffin

    Mention chowder around these parts and one place comes to people’s minds: Nancy’s Barn. And with the title of World Seafood Chowder Champions, it’s little wonder folks come from far and wide to taste it!

    This 19th century award winning bistro is situated in the heart of Ballyliffin and is renowned for its scrumptious food, friendly staff and warm welcome. After a good feed, take in the views at nearby Pollan Beach or test your skills at Ballyliffin Golf Courseone-time host of the Irish Open.

    northern-headlands-inset2-kealysbar northern-headlands-inset2-kealysbar

    Kealy's Seafood Bar, County Donegal

    Kealy's Seafood Bar, Greencastle

    Kealy’s Seafood Bar is right at the harbour in the fishing town of Greencastle, so you'll find glisteningly fresh fish taking star billing on its menu. Grilled plaice, lemon sole, John Dory and poached hake with saffron sauce anyone?

    As a family-run establishment, the atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming, with the Kealy family using seafood and shellfish hauled in from the fishing boats. Like the tides, the menu changes as seasons come and go, with dishes accompanied by locally grown and sourced produce.

    northern-headlands-inset-3-singing-pub northern-headlands-inset-3-singing-pub

    The Singing Pub, County Donegal

    The Singing Pub, Clontallagh

    Inside this quaint, traditional thatched cottage is a place called The Singing Pub (Síbín Ceoil) and it's bursting with character. Visitors are greeted by glowing open fires and cosy seating areas where rousing music sessions often start up at a moment’s notice.

    The food is humble yet hearty, where a seafood platter comes decked with mussels, scallops, crab claws and prawns. And what better to wash it all down than with a creamy pint of Guinness? You certainly won’t go hungry when you dine here!

    Lemon Tree Restaurant Lemon Tree Restaurant

    Lemon Tree, County Donegal

    Lemon Tree Restaurant, Letterkenny

    For contemporary Irish cooking with a French twist, head to the Lemon Tree Restaurant in Letterkenny – a place that showcases Donegal county not just for its stunning scenery, but for its unparalleled produce.

    Donegal produce is front and centre in these dishes, and with delicious local fare such as crusty sourdough bread from An Sourdough Beatha, fresh fish from Killybegs and craft beer from Donegal Brewing Company, it’s no wonder visitors rave about the place.

    northern-headlands-inset5-fanad-head northern-headlands-inset5-fanad-head

    Fanad Lighthouse, County Donegal

    Lighthouse Tavern, Fanad Head

    Close by the Fanad Lighthouse, you’ll find the Lighthouse Tavern – the most northerly bar on this windswept peninsula.

    Don’t let its humble exteriors fool you – inside you’ll discover a host of friendly locals and classic pub grub that'll fuel you on your journey.

    northern-headlands-inset6-harveyspoint northern-headlands-inset6-harveyspoint

    Harvey's Point, County Donegal

    Harvey's Point, Lough Eske

    If you’re in search of a luxurious dining experience, book a table at Harvey's Point – voted best hotel restaurant at the Irish Restaurant Awards. Its elegant setting opens onto a picturesque view of Lough Eske that'll take your breath away.

    The delectable tasting menu comes recommended and includes exquisite dishes such as loin of lamb with brown shrimp, fennel, cucumber and capers. Or for a more laid-back vibe, dig into the Sunday Carvery option at Harvey’s Bar and Terrace.

    northern-headlands-inset7-kittykellys northern-headlands-inset7-kittykellys

    Killybegs, County Donegal

    Kitty Kelly's, Killybegs

    On your travels to the epic Slieve League sea cliffs, stop by Kitty Kelly’s Restaurant. Housed in a 200-year-old former farmhouse, you’ll discover a host of delicious meals on the menu, including seafood tagliatelle, Osso buco and traditional Irish stew.

    Whether you stop by for a drink at the downstairs bar or enjoy a meal amid the floral décor of the restaurant, this local foodie hotspot will fill you with fond memories and a very satisfied stomach!

    Caffe Banba Caffe Banba

    Caffe Banba, County Donegal

    Caffe Banba, Ballyhillion

    With the whistling wind whirling around you and the crash of the Atlantic Ocean ringing in your ears, the charming three-wheeled coffee wagon, known as Caffe Banba, is a welcome sight to those exploring the elemental Malin Head.

    From April to September, this family-run business goes to where you are to warm you up with barista-style coffee or rich hot chocolate, not to mention a delicious selection of freshly baked goods.