Glenties ( Irish: Na Gleanntaí; ger " the glens ") is a town with 1487 inhabitants ( 2006) in the North West of Ireland in the west of County Donegal. There, where the place is, northwest of the Blue Stack Mountains, meet two valleys, which Glenties got its name.

Glenties is located on the N56, the to and from Donegal opens as a circular route to the west and north of the county, and is visited because of its central location for traveling in the more northern Donegal by many tourists. The place has many lively pubs with traditional live music and a well-known hotel ( The Highlands ). Every year in Glenties in autumn a traditional music festival, and the town was already winner of the Tidy Towns Competition, the cleanest place in Ireland elects each year.

The most striking building in the village is the church of St. Connell 's, which was built in 1974. It has a flat roof that slopes on the sides of the steep angle to the ground. The bell of the old church of Glenties was transferred to the new church and is still in use today. In addition, Glenties is the site of three schools.