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.
Drumboe Loop Trail - This trail loops around the northern part of the forest, following old forest roads and tracks and a new section of trail. This is a very pleasant walk through many species of trees, including some very large ones with bluebells in spring.
Length: 2km Time: 1hr
Nearest Town: Stranorlar
Coilte Recreational Trails
In the 17th century, a castle stood at the …
An exciting childrens indoor activity centre. We host parties and have something for all the family. Based In Donegal Town.
Oral tradition has it that the first house was built on this site in 1711 by the Babington family. The Bartons expanded and remodelled the house in the early 1800s and the Perry\s, who moved from Bunlin, Milford in 1965, renovated and added to the buildings. The Walled Garden and mature trees date from the early Barton era. A plantation of 15 acres of broadleaf woodland was established in 2003. T…
Holiday Learning - Join Oideas Gael in Donegal An ever-increasing interest in Ireland’s culture, both in North America and in Europe in particular, has made Gleann Cholm Cille, Southwest Donegal, the holiday destination of choice for adult Irish language learners and cultural holiday enthusiasts.
Over the course of the year, people from 30 different countries, will attend week-long courses in the…
The Mulroy Drive Walking and Cycling Routes are based on a series of back roads that lead on the main Mulroy Drive. The local, historical and scenic points are on the routes.
Walkers & Cyclists welcome on all routes.
Moross Castle Walk - A reminder of the Mac Suibhne Rule in Fanad is Moross Castle which was built on a promontory of Mulroy Bay.
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Drumboe Nature Trail - This trail follows forest road and track through both coniferous and broadleaf trees. It is a pleasant gentle trail along the river bank, returning through the forest and crossing a public road on the way. There are good views of the river. In winter parts of this trail along the river may be flooded.
Length 2km Time: 1hr
Nearest Town: Stranorlar
Coillte Recreational Tr…
Walk the highlands and headlands of Donegal. Walkers stay in the beautiful village of Ramelton. Walk & Talk do weekend and weeklong tours taking in Glenveagh National Park, Ards Forest Park, Fanad coast, Knockalla , Muckish and Errigal. Minimum group size is 6 and maximum 12. Accommodation is provided with breakfast, packed lunch and evening meal. Very high standard.
Popular with golfers and golf groups, our Inishowen location is perfect for golf breaks in the north west of Ireland. Golfers are in for a treat on Redcastle Hotels own 9 hole parkland golf course. Enjoy some of the most breathtaking views in the world on a course which contours around Lough Foyle.
The magnificent parkland fairways are dotted with trees and strategically placed traps. Why no…
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…
Started in 1975, this two acre sheltered woodland garden has many new trees in the last few years. There are different habitats for birds, bees and butterflies with grassses, bamboo and a magnificent Gunnera manicata. A great garden for promoting nature study with children.
The Donegal Cycle Route starts in Donegal Town connecting to the North West Trail and and follows a route along the local roads as much as possible through Mountcharles, Inver, Ardara, Dungloe, Loughanure, Crolly, Dunlewey, Creeslough, Glen, Milford, Ramelton, Letterkenny, and connects with the National Cycle Network and Sustrans Route 92 at Newtowncunningham.
There are several signed spurs alo…
The Moville Slí na Sláinte is a 4.4km route which follows a picturesque 2.2km path along the River Foyle before returning back to Moville. The route starts at the Market Square, just off the Main Street and turns onto Jamess Street and down towards The Green (a 10 acre site donated by the Montgomery Family, ancestors of Field Marshal Montgomery the 2nd World War hero), where it follows the bottom …
Guided Llama walks to the beautiful Erne Estuary for adults only.€20 per person to include light refreshments. Booking essential.
The beautiful beach is one of the the best places in Ireland and even Europe to learn to surf, With the perfect combination of medium sized rolling waves & spectacular surroundings it is also one of the most stunning places to surf. At ‘Rossnowlagh Surf School’ we take pride in our fun and professional approach.Our surf instructors are accredited with the Irish Surfing Association Surfing qualific…
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…
Rapid Kayaking offers the opportunity to go and explore.Get close and interact with the Wild Atlantic scenery, bird and animal life and the possibility of paddling into caves, through sea arches, to rocky reefs or along the beautiful, picturesque coastline in which the west coast of Ireland is famous for. Our aim is to get onto the Wild Atlantic ocean to unspoilt, uninhabited natural locations and…
September 16-24 2020 - Open to all Persons aged 18+
Untouched and virtually unexplored, this ruggedly beautiful and remote part of Ireland is known as the Wild Atlantic Way. It’s no wonder Donegal was named the ‘Coolest Place on the Planet for 2017’ by National Geographic.
Nature is spectacular and bracing here, from the sea cliffs at Sliabh Liag, to deserted islands of Lough Erne, to the hi…
The Bundoran Bodyboarding School is the only surf school in Ireland dedicated to the sport of bodyboarding. They provide body-boarding lessons at three main stunning surfing beaches around the Bundoran area to make the most of the surf conditions.
As part of the Irish Surfing Surf School Program, they follow the Irish Surfing Association guidelines so you can be reassured that you are in good han…
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.
Organising a weekend away is stressful enough without worrying about how to entertain everyone. Let us do the organising for you. Bundoran Stag & Hen Weekends combine the wildness of the Wild Atlantic Way with the relaxing ambiance of some of Donegal finest eateries.
Surf all day and dance all night, unwind in a seaweed bath overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and be pampered from head to toe. Or if…
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