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Activities in Donegal

Donegal provides a brilliant backdrop for the plethora of activities which the county offers. Golfers need not go far to find a green, anglers can cast upon the many lakes & rivers, or one could simply trek along the vast landscape on horseback. Donegal is yours - go explore.

Inishowen Bogwood Sculptures

These sculptures, uniquely crafted by Mary Doherty, allow individuals a unique opportunity to view remnants of our past which lay untouched by human hand for centuries, and now have been brought to new life by Mary’s creativity and her ability to enhance the existing beauty which nature offers in the unspoilt areas of our countryside. For generations the fuel for heating and cooking was produced…

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Donegal Garden Trail: Lower Cranny Garden

A private garden romantically set in the former grounds of nearby Drumbeg House and retaining some of the features from the Estate namely a lake and tree lined driveway now a scenic walk connecting the more ornamental section of the garden to a wild flower meadow. Bluebell woods with an insect hotel, a stream, a dam, a birch grove, sweeping perennial beds and a mixed hedge fairy ring all blend to…

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Drumboe - Multi Access

Drumboe Multi Access - This trail follows forest tracks looping through the southern part of the forest to the western end, with the return along the river bank. It passes through some of the quieter parts of the forest with many species of trees and shrubs and there are bluebells and wild garlic in spring. There are good views of the river. In winter parts of this trail along the river may be flo…

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Donegal Tours

Donegal Tours are a local tour company offering a wide selection of Day Tours which run every day during the summer months. As Donegals leading travel experts, Donegal Tours have put together a mix of amazing landscape, examples of real heritage and sheer excitement. Each organized tour has a different personality, covering major attractions around Donegal such as Sliabh League, Glenveagh Nation…

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Cruit Island Golf Club

100,000 welcomes awaits you at Cruit Island Golf Club. Set on the edge of the wild and rugged Atlantic Ocean, next stop America, you will savour unrestricted panoramic views that will take your breath away. A true natural 9 hole links course, golf at its best, par 68, where every shot must be methodically thought out. With a par 3 that measures only 137m, what club will it be today? A short flick …

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Inishowen Boating Experience

See Ireland's most northernly coastline like never before with Inishowen Boating. The Inishowen Boating Experience gives you an opportunity to view the rugged Inishowen coastline by sea, showcasing some of the best views in all of Ireland. There is plenty of marine life to be spotted on the trips, as well as birds, basking sharks, seals and our resident dolphins! Our charter boats can t…

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Lough Derg

One Day Retreats (May, late August & September) The pilgrimage season recommences at the beginning of May each year. In 2018 the Island will reopen for One Day Retreats on Saturday 5th May. Please check the dates One Day Retreats are available here. They typically run on weekends and on a number of week days. Boats are available from 9:15am. The crossing is less than 10 minutes from the l…

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Donegal Garden Trail: Dunmore Gardens

A very remarkable traditional walled garden associated with a 1742 country house. Many wonderful gardens are to be found within one large walled area (2 acres), rich collections of ericaceous plants, early 20th century terraced rose beds and a towering Redwood stands sentinel towards the centre with paths radiating from it. Imaginative use of plants over arches, traditional fruit and vegetables…

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The Bike Stop & Small Engine Repairs

Ladies Gents and childrens bikes for hire Hybrid bikes, Hybrid bikes, ladies bikes, kids bikes. We hire Double kiddies trailers, box trailers, tagalong bikes, kiddies seats, panniers, front handlebar bags.

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Turf n Surf School

TurfnSurf Lodge & Surf School Bundoran provides beginner surf lessons, sea kayak tours and Blo-karting from our Bundoran. Skilled and experienced instructors can bring you to the next level of surfing. The next level can be just a step up from beginner through to polishing off the advanced surfer. The instructors at TurfnSurf can help you achieve all these goals and much more. Turf n Surf are one …

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Eclipse Cinema Lifford - Strabane

ECLIPSE CINEMAS LIFFORD-STRABANE·TUESDAY, 25 Eclipse Cinemas Lifford/Strabane is a 7 Screen Cinema based in Lifford, Co. Donegal, Ireland. 7 top of the range Cinema Screens. All with American rocker chairs. 3D Screen also available. We are the sister Cinema of Eclipse Cinemas Bundoran

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The Arranmore Ferry

The Arranmore Ferry Service from Burtonport to Arranmore Island. 20 mins scenic journey. Indoor & Outdoor seating. Onboard toilet facilities. Tickets can be purchased at Blue Ferry Office, Burtonport, onboard ferry or by booking online. Group rates available.

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Donegal Wedding Cars

Donegal Wedding Car Hire is a family run business that aims to deliver top quality services to our customers. They have many years experience in delivering people to their destination in comfort and on time. They have developed a Wedding Car Hire business in which they take great pride. Donegal Wedding Cars believe that the service they provide on this most important day to the clients, meets a…

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Ballyshannon Cycle Hub Loop 2

Ballyshannon is part of the long distance North West Cycle Trail which goes through the counties of Donegal, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Leitrim & Sligo. This 326km route travels through a wide variety of scenic landscapes along quiet country roads & through rural towns & villages with traffic free sections in urban areas. The below shorter looped cycle routes will take you on a tour of the spectacular…

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Glenveagh Lough Inshagh Walk

Glenveagh Lough Inshagh Walk Length: 7km (Not a looped walk so walkers must return to the Visitor Centre or arrange a vehicle at the Lacknacoo car park at Gartan) Time: 1hr 30mins Terrain: Stony dirt track ending on a quiet tarred road This pathway once connected Glenveagh Castle to the village of Church Hill. The carriages of the Lough Swilly Railway brought visitors to the ra…

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Mulroy Drive

The Mulroy Drive is a 35km touring route in North Donegal, Ireland. The Mulroy Drive offers a warm and friendly welcomes to one and all in this most scenic and breath-taking tour of the beautiful Mulroy Bay. It connects the beautiful Atlantic drive to the rugged beauty of the Fanad lighthouse and the stunning Portsalon beaches and Knockalla drive. The rolling hills and sea views can be viewed …

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Slieve League Bus Tours

The Slieve League (in Irish Sliabh Liag, meaning Grey Mountain) cliffs are situated near Glencolumbcille. They are considered amongst the world’s finest marine cliffs and at 601 metres are the highest in Europe. Use Curran’s Sliabh Liag Bus Tours to see all the best views and learn more about the history and culture of the area. We run regular shuttle minibuses from Carrick to all the most spe…

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Eco Atlantic Adventures WHATSUP

WHAT-SUP Explore Mulroy Bay in a new, exciting way! Enjoy a memorable experience by Stand-Up Paddle Boarding on the calm waters of Mulroy Bay with Eco Atlantic Adventures. Mulroy Bay is a large sheltered inlet with lots of islands, native woodland and the clearest of water, giving the ideal habitat for numerous types of sea life. Stand Up Paddle Boarding your way along the bay and through th…

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Sea Adventure Waterpark

Inish Adventures' new Sea Adventure Waterpark is a guaranteed fun day out with friends or family! Located on the shore front in Moville, the big inflatable floating assault course will challenge you with obstacles such as jungle bars, balance beams, ramps, slides and much more! More info and bookings: https://eola.co/w/548/activities/water-park Inish Adventures is an Outdoor Activity Cent…

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Donegal Garden Trail: Sea View Garden

A secluded and peaceful garden of many parts. Visitors enjoy a warm welcome from the owner and new additions surprise the regular visitor. This is a plant-lovers paradise where modern varieties of shrubs and herbaceous plants rub shoulders with old favourites and where the non-gardener may sit and be charmed by the views across Donegal Bay. Admission: €5 to Fields of Life well-drilling proje…

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