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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 Copper Craft

Donegal Copper Craft is teaming up with Teac Jack Glassagh and going to be holding some workshops which caters for families, men, women and children from 12 years of age, following government guidelines with Social distancing. Minimum of 10 and a Maximum of 40. for more information visit our website Donegal Copper Craft also has an online shop which can also be viewed on the webpage Each pi…

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Off the Beaten Path

We are a unique Scenic Tour Provider in North West Donegal. We are unique in that we use Electric fat bikes to take you some of the more remote stunning areas of Donegal. Explore the County Donegal Like Never Before. Fun adventures showing off the stunning scenery of Donegal. You’ve never seen Donegal like this. It’s time to hop on an electric fatbike and take a thoroughly epic tour Tour of Do…

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The Gallery

This attractive two story stone house was built in the 1840\s as the fever hospital for Dunfanaghy Workhouse. It closed in 1922. Then from the 1930\s to the 1960\s it was used as the National School for the Roman Catholic Children of the area. It’s opening in 1968, as \The Gallery\ was the inspiration of Frank Egginton, the well-known landscape artist. Since then his daughter and son-in-law have r…

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Glenveagh - Derrylahan Nature Trail

Glenveagh Derrylahan Nature Trail - Length: 2km (This is a looped walk) Time: 45mins Terrain: Gravel track, both flat and steep in places This attractive way marked walk near the Visitor Centre is an ideal introduction to Glenveagh’s natural environment. It offers visitors of all ages and fitness levels a chance to see some of the plants and animals of Glenveagh National Park. T…

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Tourguide

English and German language tour guide, Failte Ireland approved and member of AATGI (Association of Approved Tour Guides in Ireland). If you REALLY want to see and get to know Donegal, and all the beautiful scenery and local information you will not find in any Guidebook, give me a call. Customized tours, from one hour to full day, or even longer! Rates available on request. Deutschsprachige Fr…

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Ard na Mona Wood

The views in Donegal are stunning, so a country stroll becomes a mini-adventure for all the family. Ardnamona Woods is a marvellous quiet Nature Reserve with a nicely created walking path loops around large oak, hazel and holly trees in a Woodland that is left in its natural state. There are beautiful mosses, bluebells, wood sorrel, streams and the lakeside to enjoy on this delightful walk develo…

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Glenleary Riding School

All instruction at Glenleary is provided by appropriately qualified, experienced and mature instructors. The main focus is weekly riding lessons. Trekking is available through the beautiful local countryside with spectacular views of Lough Swilly.

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Killybegs Sea Safari

Enjoy an exciting sea safari adventure from Killybegs Marina, County Donegal, on board a fast RIB vessel. Stop off for a fully guided tour inside the lighthouses at St John's Point and Rotten Island, or follow the dolphins across Donegal Bay. This is the only tour licensed to bring visitors inside the lighthouses at St John's Point and Rotten Island. Book online to go by boat or enquire online…

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Kokodesigns

Karen O’Kane of Kokodesigns is a textile artist working with hand painted silk, in her studio in Ramelton Co Donegal. The paintings are transformed into handbags, scarves, journals, accessories or lampshades. Her colourful work is inspired by her local landscape, her love of the Art deco period and her travels. You can visit her in her studio by appointment.

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Milford Slí

The Milford Slí na Sláinte is 3.7km in length and starts at the Diamond, at the top of the town. To follow the route, continue downhill along the main street, crossing the bridge over Maggie’s Burn. Continue onto the Ramelton road and then turn left onto the Fanad bypass road. Continue for well over 1.5 kilometers to the ‘Lough Road’ junction (recognised by the white stone edging). Turn left again…

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North West Golf Club

Established in 1891, The Northwest Golf Club has often been dubbed by Cecil Barcroft, the ’St Andrews if of Ireland’ as it draws its links comparisons with that of the famous Scottish links. A founder member of the Golfing Union of Ireland, the course lies between the picturesque Moldy Mountains and the Sea. The surrounding scenery is magnificent. The Club boasts a modern, comfortable Clubhous…

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Lenan Loop

Lenan Trail Clonmany A-B. Leaving the trailhead at the beach at Lenankeel follow the green (and purple) arrows as the loop turns right crosses a concrete bridge and follows a surfaced roadway for 150m. The purple arrows are for a longer and more challenging Urris Lakes Loop. After 150m the road turns sharp left at a farmhouse – the loops turn right here and join a stony roadway. Pass through a ga…

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Fanad Light House

Kayaking around Fanad Light House on The Wild Atlantic Way Donegal. Kayak to The Great Pollad Arch Fanad and enjoy lunch at the Magnificent 7 Arches. Enjoy the final paddle to the Portsalon Caves on the rising tide. The most unique Kayaking Donegal has to offer, truly a costal play ground, with breath taking scenery, caves, arches, sea stacks and sea cliffs. There is always the possibility of …

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Ballykeeran Forest Trail

This site is in a forested area alongside the N56 which is the gateway to west Donegal. This area of Co Donegal has strong historical connections with the ODonnell chieftains. It was on Doon Rock which is in the Kilmacrenan area that the inauguration of the O’Donnell chieftains took place, the last such ceremony having occurred in 1603.This area of Donegal is also of religious significance as it w…

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StephenDigginArt

Donegal landscapes...originals and limited edition prints. Kid’s room art prints. Pet portraits. Commissions undertaken.

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Salthill Gardens

Salthill House is an intact early 18th Century house overlooking Donegal Bay, complete with the original enclosed yard and walled garden. Since 1985 the one acre kitchen garden has been transformed into a series of lovely mixed flower borders with a wide selection of new and interesting plants.

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Slí Arann Mhór (Arranmore Island) - Slí Dhún na nGall

The walk takes you on tarred road as it circles the island bringing you to the wild and uninhabited interior and western side of the island as well as through the houses concentrated along the southern and eastern sides. There is a spur walk to the remote Lighthouse. Views are of superb coastal and island scenery. Arranmore is the largest island off the Donegal coast. The settlements are limit…

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Rita Wilson Photography Gallery

Photography Gallery of local images from the Fanad and Rosguill Peninsula. The gallery is located in the town of Downings right next to the local Post Office. Images include Donegals Sky at Night, Landscapes, Seascapes and Pet Photography.

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Ards Forest Park - Salt Marsh Trail

A visit to Ards Forest Park will reward everyone at any time of the year. The park covers approximately 480 hectares (1200 acres) and includes a variety of habitats, among them sand dunes, beaches, salt marshes, salt water lakes, rock face and, of course, coniferous and deciduous woodlands. With such a variety of landscapes, it is possible to spend many hours exploring this wonderful park. The sea…

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Slí Ghabla (Gola Island) - Slí Dhún na nGall

Slí Ghabla (Gola Island) - Slí Dhún na nGall - Although relatively small, Gola Island is the ideal destination for a walker seeking an ‘off the beaten track’ experience. The island covers about 500 acres and is only one mile from the mainland. It is gently undulating, offers superb coastal scenery and supports an extensive range of birdlife. Looped Trail Length 4km Time 1hr 30mins Nearest To…

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