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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.

Donegal Sea Kayaking - Fanad

Donegal Sea Kayaking is a mobile kayaking company, based on the Fanad Peninsula. Situated 20 - 35 minutes from Letterkenny, 15 minutes from Downings via the bridge and 25 minutes from Rathmullan. In General the Tours Are For Individuals, Groups, Families & Can Be Tailored To Suit (e.g. Birthdays, Stags/Hens, Summer Camps, Youth Groups, etc) Donegal Sea Kayaking are fully insured and I.C.U. compl…

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Travel Donegal - Cathedral Quarter Walking Tours

Our experienced Tour Guides will take you on a short walk (some uphill) informing you of incredible & exciting historical events from Letterkennys beginnings. From the Market Square to the old Church Lane where we have traced the residents back 150 years. Into Conwal Parish Church & Graveyard we explore interesting gravestones & the stories behind them. Make our way to Sentry Hill around poignant …

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Linocut Studio

Hand printed linocuts of birds and animals native to Ireland and Britain. A linocut is a relief print, like a woodcut. The image is carved out of a lino block and what remains will print when the inked roller is passed over the top of the block. Paper is laid on the inked block and burnished by hand or passed through a press which leaves an impression. All linocuts are hand printed on 100% aci…

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Wild Atlantic Salmon Tours

Our guided Wild Atlantic Salmon Tours are a kayaking experience in 2 particularly interesting locations in Co. Donegal linked to the mythology of the Irish Salmon. Each tour traces the route of the migratory salmon and relates it to the landscape and surrounds. Our first route at the source of the Derg and Foyle system is near Lough Derg in South West Donegal, a boundary area between north and …

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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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Bundoran FootGolf

Bundoran FootGolf Open every summer . A 9 Hole FootGolf course, Loads of Fun for all the Family, Groups, Parties & more. Brilliant rates and team activities available too. www,bundoranfootgolf..com for discounts

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Drumharriff Forest Stroll

Drumharrif wood offers the family a gentle looped walk near the village of Pettigo on the border with Northern Ireland. The forest road section of trail follows the old Great Northern Railway line. The old station house was located close to the village of Pettigo. The trains travelled to Dublin, Enniskillen, Ballyshannon and Bundoran. The station closed in 1957. Walk: This looped trail takes y…

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The Workhouse

The Workhouse Famine and Heritage Centre is on the outskirts of Dunfanaghy in County Donegal overlooking Sheephaven Bay and within easy walking distance of Horn Head and the fabulous Tramore Beach. Hear and see the true story of wee Hannah, a child of the famine and typical inmate. Visit our exhibition on the new lake and the ecology of this unique area. Admission to the Workhouse is free, and…

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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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Triona Donegal Tweed Visitor Centre

Nestled along the Wild Atlantic Way in the picturesque town of Ardara - one of the five designated heritage towns in County Donegal - you will find the hidden gem that is Triona. Triona was awarded Bord Fáilte Eireann recognition as the certified Donegal Tweed Visitor Centre in 1992 and offers all who visit the opportunity to experience the history, skill, and craft that has gone into handweaving …

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An Grianan Theatre

An Grianán Theatre is an integral part of the county’s thriving cultural life and a flagship venue in the North West of Ireland. It gives local audiences and visitors the opportunity to enjoy the very best local, national and international arts and entertainment events including drama, comedy, music, dance and much more.

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Find Your Trail

The Irish Sports Council launched a digital Video #FindYourTrail to encourage people of all ages and ability to enjoy the great Irish outdoors. Recreational trails help people to enjoy the outdoors and facilitate, promote and manage a range of outdoor activities including countryside walking and hiking, on and off-road cycling, trail running, canoeing, horse-riding and even motorised sports, all …

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Castlefinn X-treme Karting

The racing track is set out over 9 acres and provides the thrills of hair pins, full length straights and sweeping bends. The track is raced in an anti clockwise direction on tarmac with full run off points. The design of the track allows for the top speed of 55mph to be reached on the straight, before zooming into the Dragons Den bend, where careful manipulation and skill are required before ente…

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Afternoon Tea at Lough Eske Castle

Enjoy Traditional Afternoon Tea in the cosy Lobby Lounge or in one of our wonderful drawing rooms.

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Lucky Find Tours

Join me Collette and my little vintage minivan Noah as we explore the hidden gems and secret wonders of this beautiful county called Donegal. I want my guests to feel the amazing joy I feel when I tour around this beautiful part of Ireland. I have put together what I feel (and hope) are some tours of the REAL Donegal. Coming on tour with me and Noah! we will take you on the roads less travelled …

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Letterkenny Artisan Market

Letterkenny Artisan Market is a wonderful indoor market held every Saturday from 10am-3pm at Unit 1 Carrygally Business Park, Lismonaghan, Lettekenny. The Market celebrates all the amazing local produce and unique hand crafts that Donegal has to offer. Meet the producers and you get a real sense of pride that each producer has for their products and you can rest assure that you are brining home t…

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Bundoran Glowbowl & Macks Amusements

Bundoran Glowbowl & Macks Amusements is the largest Family Entertainment Centre in the North West and caters for everyone. The futuristic Glowbowl houses 8 lanes of fully computerised Tenpin Bowling and the fantastic Amusements Complex has something for all the family. We have all the latest Driving Games, Dance Machines, Video Games, Pool Tables, Air Hockey Tables and a fantastic Video Jukebox…

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Gartan Ourdoor Activity Cente

Gartan Outdoor Education Centre is superbly located, set on 87 acres on the shores of Gartan Lough, 15 minutes from Letterkenny, Co Donegal, Ireland. The Centre provides a wide range of Adventure Education Courses, Environmental Education Courses, Specialist Courses, Team Building, Management Training and Adventure Sports Training. Our courses are suitable for primary schools, secondary schools, y…

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Irish House

Since its launch in 2015, Irish House has provided those who have an appreciation for authentic Irish crafts and design with the opportunity to purchase high-quality products at their location on the famous Diamond, in the heart of historic Donegal Town, Co. Donegal. The Mulherns, who founded and own Irish House, are fifth generation handweavers and have a strong desire to ensure that the centurie…

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Donegal Food Tours

Donegal Food Tours was born out of our desire to showcase the very best Donegal has to offer. Donegal Food Tours aim is to connect the dots, showcase the best produce in the North West and be part of the movement to revive old Irish culinary traditions and the food of our ancestors. So, Sit back and relax as we take you on a guided tour of our beautiful county, home to some of Ireland’s finest fo…

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