Donegal is a seaport and market town in County Donegal located on the River Eske at the head of Donegal Bay, established as a Viking stronghold. In Gaelic it is called Dún Na Ngall ("Fort of the Foreigners"). Visit the ruins of the Franciscan Donegal Abbey (founded 1474) and Donegal Castle, a stronghold of the O'Donnells, rebuilt in the early 17th century. Explore the rugged broken coastline of deep sea inlets and sandy beaches.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.