Irish Craft HandknitsDrop in to Kathleen Meehan in Muckross and see her great range of Irish Handknits, Tel +353 (0)74 9738355. See www.handmade-irishsweaters.com/
Studio Donegal, Kilcar VillageA warm welcome awaits you at Studio Donegal. Visit the workshop to see their hand-woven tweed, woollen goods hand weavers at work.
O'Gara's Bar & LoungeA visit to O'Gara's, for a relaxing pint and chat with the locals, is a must.
John Joe's PubIn Kilcar, this centre of village pub provides a great night out with live traditional Irish music, ceol and craic.
Kilcar HouseJust the place to relax in Kilcar House by their open fire. Have some pub grub and enjoy some live music. Refreshments served.
Kilcar FleadhA festival of traditional Irish music, song & dance usually on the first or second week of August. Featuring music, dance workshops, live street music, ceili, set dancing, crossroads dance on the street. Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Hall Kilcar - Ceol na gConallach Donegal SessionsThe Donegal sessions feature local traditional musicians and singers every Saturday night over the summer months 8pm-10-30pm - refreshments served. More information on www.kilcarfestivals.com
A night not to be missed.
Aislann Cill CarthaThe local community centre located in the village of Kilcar provides local history collections, genealogical information, a library, internet access and a gymnasium. While in Kilcar visit the prehistoric and natural wonders including megalithic tombs, old graveyards and Spanish Church.
Glencolmcille Woollen MillVisit here for that special gift of quality Irish craftsmanship. Visitors are always welcome to the factory where demonstration area includes hand loomed knitting, linking, spinning, make up of garments and hand weaving of Donegal Tweed.
Glengesh PassFrom Glencolmcille a road heads towards Ardara, through the sloping mountainous terrain of the wild and picturesque Glengesh Pass.
Glengesh (in Irish Gleann geis meaning Glen of the Swans) is one of two glaciated valleys of the Banagh peninsula. The road rises to a height of 270m/900ft between the Glengesh and Mulmosog mountains with exquisite views of Loughros Beg Bay.