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Suggested Itineraries

We will design and create bespoke travel itinerary suggestions with costs for your delegates guests.

We have created a lovely programme showcasing the rugged beauty and iconic attractions of county Donegal. Using Harvey’s Point as your base, explore this wonderful part of the Wild Atlantic Way with our tailor-made day trips.

You can mix and match the activities, do it all in a day or two or go at your own pace. A local professional driver/guide is at your service should you wish to totally relax and feel like a real tourist! So just choose your dates, contact our experienced reservations team and let us look after you. The warmest of welcomes awaits.

Donegal – Slieve League

Wild Atlantic Tour

Enjoy a tour along a part of the Wild Atlantic Way in County Donegal with our Qualified Guide. Travel along the rugged and breath-taking Coastline of South & West Donegal.

Visit Ireland’s Premier Fishing Port at Killybegs, then along the scenic coast road through the quiet village of Kilcar to the Highest Sea-cliffs in Europe at Slieve League. (Sliabh Liag)

Then continue to the beautiful Silver Strand Beach at Malinbeg before a stop at the Famous Folk Village in Glencolmcille.

Then return home via the magnificent Glengesh Pass through the town of Ardara. Stops for Coffee & Lunch (not included) will be made along the way. A memorable tour is promised.

Glenveagh National Park

Letterkenny or West Donegal

Your chance to visit one of Irelands most beautiful National Parks. Guided by your driver, this tour begins at Harvey’s Point. Your guide will transport you northwards into the heart of Donegal and the magnificent Glenveagh Castle and Gardens. Here you will have time to explore and enjoy the jewel in the crown of Donegal. Explore the wonderful gardens and enjoy a tour of the Castle, built in 1869 and where you will learn about the history of those who owner and resided in the castle.

Take a leisurely coffee or lunch break in the castle tearooms.

Your guide will then transport you to the County Town of Letterkenny. Here you can visit St. Eunan’s Cathedral and enjoy lunch and a little retail therapy before returning to your accommodation. Alternatively travel west through the Derryveagh Mountains. Stop at the ‘Bridge of Tears’ before passing through the famous ‘Poison Glen’, passing Mount Errigal, Donegal’s highest mountain, then onwards through the Irish speaking, Donegal Gaeltacht. Stop in the quiet town of Glenties, 5 times winner of Ireland’s Tidiest Town, before returning to Harvey’s Point.

This tour is conducted by a qualified tour guide with pick-up at Harvey’s Point.

Note: Entry Fee to the Glenveagh National Park and lunch are not included.

Tour duration 8 hours approx and available all year round.

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Joanne McCormack - Meet in Donegal Team

Joanne McCormack

Events Team


County Donegal is a largely Irish-speaking region bordering the Atlantic Ocean in northwestern Ireland. It’s known for its castles, rugged coastline and mountains such as the iconic, quartzite Mount Errigal.

Formerly a private estate, Glenveagh National Park encompasses forests, lakes and bogland in the central Derryveagh Mountains. Its 1870s manor house, the Scottish Baronial-style Glenveagh Castle, is renowned for its Victorian-era gardens.

Top 5 Reasons to visit Donegal

  • Slieve League

  • Glenveagh Castle & National Park

  • Donegal‘s Blue Flag Beaches

  • Fanad Head Lighthouse & Malin Head

  • The Bluestack Mountains & Lough Eske

Top 5 Reasons to visit Donegal

The translation of ‘Dún na nGall’ means ‘fort of the foreigners’ and it seems that Donegal is well positioned to attract and welcome record numbers of tourists this year.

I have chosen my top five reasons to visit Donegal from my favourite personal collection. It’s true to say that there could be 50 or more reasons to explore the entire county of Donegal in all its mystic beauty but I have limited my selection in terms of using Harvey’s Point as a base over a period of a five day trip.