Portnablagh

Is Portnablagh not on your travel bucket list? That's hardly a great surprise! But, if you talk to someone who's spent a little time here, you'll soon learn that Portnablagh has plenty to offer!

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Portnablagh Vacation Packages

The national capital, Dublin, is located 140 miles to the southeast of Portnablagh.

This area features a variety of beaches which you should consider stopping at. A great idea is to head to Silver Strand, 50 miles to the southwest. If you are not in a rush, move ahead to Bundoran Beach, 50 miles to the south.

For a chance to reconnect with the sights and sounds of the natural world, load up your daypack with snacks and water and head to Glenveagh National Park, which is 13 miles from Portnablagh, and even Mount Errigal, which is a mere 12 miles away.

Marble Hill Strand and Ards Forest Park are equally well worth dropping in at.

While you are traveling in the area, take a trip to Downings. It's about 3 miles away from Portnablagh, and is where you can see Carrigart Beach and the Sandy Hills Golf Course. Dunfanaghy, yet another worthwhile place, is home to Horn Head and Killahoey Beach. This nearby destination is 4 miles away.

Letterkenny, a regional center, is another interesting place to visit. It is 16 miles from Portnablagh and offers a wide range of fascinating attractions, such as the Glebe House, the Letterkenny Golf Club and Letterkenny Cathedral. The Donegal County Museum and Raphoe Castle are some other popular places if you have enough time.

Get a feel for the various flavors in this area by sampling a few local dishes.

Mutton and pork are two quality ingredients in the region.

Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) are just two interesting local specialties worth ordering.

Those who can still find room for a little more might like to try sweet seedcake loaf, a great way to wrap up a dining experience.

If you are looking to try out the best local ales, Murphy’s Irish Stout is a fabulous choice.

Morning and night, you'll be able to enjoy Club Orange (similar to Fanta), an alcohol-free option that is popular in the region.

No one likes to wave goodbye to a vacation, but we are confident you will leave this stunning region with a head and heart full of memories and amazing photos on your camera.

For those who plan on arriving and departing by air, know that the closest airport is 20 miles to the southwest of Portnablagh.

Accommodation in Portnablagh

As there aren't any Portnablagh hotels listed with Expedia, a good alternative is to stay in Carrigart, just 4 miles away. The most popular options in Carrigart are the Cuan na Ri Holiday Homes and Mevagh House.


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