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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.

Trek and Paddle Donegal

HIKING AND KAYAKING NEAR GWEEDORE Trek and Paddle Donegal is based in Gaoth Dobhair (Gweeedore) in North West Donegal. We offer sports and recreation for all the family to enjoy - hiking trail walks, canoe and kayak hire. Enjoy outdoor activities along the Wild Atlantic Way with us! Call us or email us for details Tel: 087 090 3163 Email: trekandpaddledonegal@gmail.com

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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

Arranmore Ferry, sailings from Burtonport to Arranmore Island F94 C449. 20 mins scenic journey. Indoor & Outdoor seating. Onboard toilet facilities. Fun day out, sandy beaches, walking trips, new promenade with children's play park, places to eat, ice cream & coffees. https://thearranmoreferry.com

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Green Golf Travel

A golf tour in Donegal is still one of the best kept secrets in world golf. With courses such as Rosapenna, Ballyliffin, Portsalon and Murvagh receiving increased recognition, this secret may not last for much longer. In all, 7 of the top 35 courses in Ireland can be found in this beautiful county. Green Golf Travel is the first dedicated golf tour operator based in Donegal. Our wealth of exp…

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Donegal Kite Surf School

Donegal Kitesurf School is rapidly growing company which is passionate about teaching the skill of kitesurfing in Ireland. Whether you are a beginner or a pro we have the course for you. Experience one of the fastest growing sports in Ireland at Rossnowlagh Beach, Co. Donegal.

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Stephen Bennett Studio Art Gallery, Ardara

The Ardara art gallery of professional artist Stephen Bennett houses a large collection of Stephen’s latest work including Original paintings and Limited Edition prints. Stephen moved to Ardara, the birthplace of his late father, after a very successful career as a commercial artist in London, to follow his dream of working as an artist in Donegal. He now exhibits in his own gallery 2 miles out…

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Wild + Free Adventure Co

Bespoke adventures on Donegal’s Slieve League Peninsula Exhilarating Experiences , Surfing, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Hiking, Off the beaten track. Breathtaking experiences and jaw-dropping moments are guaranteed on our custom-made adventures along the South West Donegal coastline.

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Inishowen Maritime Museum & Planetarium

The Inishowen Maritime Museum and Planetarium is located in the old Coast Guard Station, only 100 yards from the Lough Foyle Ferry landing at Greencastle Harbour, County Donegal. Attractions include extensive nautical exhibits, memorabilia, photographs, models, modern and ancient maritime equipment and Irish boats from six to fifty feet. The state of the art planetarium features accurate depic…

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Maghery Coastal Adventures

Maghery is a small and vibrant coastal community situated in the Rosses area of west Donegal and is less than 20km from Donegal Airport. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty with a variety of landscapes including beaches, islands, sea cliffs, caves, arches, hills, and lakes. Maghery Coastal Adventures offers both the local and the visitor, the opportunity to explore this beautiful area a…

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Glenveagh View Point Trail

Glenveagh View Point Trail Length: 1km (This is a looped walk) Time: 35 mins Terrain: Steep stony path The View Point Trail is perhaps the best short walk option in the Park. It leads to an ideal vantage point for enjoying views of the rugged scenery, with magnificent perspectives of the castle below, Lough Veagh and the surrounding landscapes. This circular 1.5Km trail starts …

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Letterkenny Slí

The Letterkenny Slí na Sláinte is 2.7km in length and starts at the Bus Depot at the Station Roundabout. To follow the route, continue towards Port Bridge passing Letterkenny Institute of Technology, then turning left just before the bridge onto Ballyraine Road. Passing the Mont Errigal Hotel and Ballyraine National School, turn left onto the Ramelton Road, noticing the pleasant view of Gortlee Wo…

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Adventure One Surf School

Adventure One surf school provides lessons and coaching for surfers of all abilities from beginner to advanced surfers from age 8 upwards. Open from March until the end of October every year. Being ISA approved means instructors are qualified ISA level 2 coaches as well as RLSS beach lifeguards and fully insured.

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Mc Gonigle Glass Studio

Mc Gonigle Glass Studio are three sisters, Elaine, Lyndsey and Zara. Every Mc Gonigle Glass piece is designed, made and finished with love in our studio in the Donegal Craft Village on the Wild Atlantic Way. We make enchanting, delicate and vibrant glass jewellery and art using fusing, slumping and lampworking techniques. Our glass pieces are filled with intrigue, imagination and detail with an ec…

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Comharchumann Forbartha & Fostaiocht Arainn Mhór

Cumann mBád is an Arranmore based, and community owned activities provider providing watersports and bike hire to visitors and islanders. Bikes can be hired on a daily or half-day rate to explore the Island and its many beautiful secret beaches, coves etc.

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Sliabh Liag Pilgrims Path

Cosán an Oilithrigh or Pilgrims Path at Sliabh Liag is a stunning 4km access route on to the plateau of Sliabh Liag. It follows the ancient path up a U-shape valley nestled between Leargadachtan Mountain and the sea cliffs at Shanbally, overlooking the small fishing village of Teelin in South West Donegal. Following the old green road from the car park at Ballymore you round the corner where t…

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Woodquarter - Forest Trail

Woodquarter Forest Trail: - Walking Trail and picnic site. This trail is along the western shore of Mulroy Bay. It is over undulating ground which rises steeply at the furthest section of the trail and offers panoramic views of the bay along the way. This site is in a part of Donegal which includes some of the most scenic areas of the county. It is on the western shore of Mulroy bay which is pa…

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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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Carrigart Horse Riding Centre

Horse Riding Centre providing trail riding/trekking for all the family. The rider will be taken by an experienced guide through a landscape that changes from sandy beaches that are pounded by the Atlantic rollers, rugged misty mountains, and relaxing long lanes to catch the views as you pass them by.

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Donegal Playground Passport

Donegal Playground Passport - a free convenient, pocket-sized guide to playgrounds across Donegal. The Donegal Playground Passport contains a map of Donegal with forty playgrounds numbered and listed in each Municipal District. Each playground is accompanied by a QR code and GPS coordinates that will take you straight to the swings and slides! The guide also includes details of some of the free…

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Dunfanaghy Golf Club

Golf on The Wild Atlantic Way Nestled on the Western Shores of Sheephaven Bay with its blue flag beaches and stunning scenery, Dunfanaghy Golf Club sits on the edge of the picturesque village of Dunfanaghy in the shadow of Muckish Mountain. Golf has been played on the seaside links for over 100 years. The course was laid out in 1905 by Mr Harry Vardon, six times winner of the British Open. Many…

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