In West Ireland, in the Province of Ulster, is the county of Donegal. People come to Donegal to look out over the rugged coastline defining Arranmore. They sail to the tiny offshore islet and climb Mount Errgal, a landmark in the county. You can stare in admiration at its gleaming quartzite height or wander the ruins of a friary at Donegal city. If you can arrange for more than a weekend, Donegal will also show them the sights of Rossnowlagh and the Bloody Foreland. Some travelers come to the seaside resort of Rossnowlagh. It sits on the Atlantic Ocean. Rossnowlagh has a sandy beach for tourists. The Donegal Historical Society displays several artifacts of Ireland’s Stone and Bronze Ages. You can go fishing in Gwedore Bay, Lough Eske or Lough Dunlewy.