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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.

Fanad Lighthouse Tours

Join us on one of our popular and unforgettable Fanad Lighthouse Tours. An amazing journey of discovery awaits you on Donegal`s Wild Atlantic Way. Learn about the light and aids to navigation past and present. Step back in time and hear stories about light-keepers in days gone by and climb to the top of the tower for spectacular views of land and sea. Our tours offer a fantastic insight into the…

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Letterkenny Golf Club

Letterkenny Golf Club is one of the most scenic parkland courses in the North West. The superbly upgraded parkland layout where an imaginative revamping in 2007 of the course by Declan and Ronan Brannigan has developed the land on the Barnhill estate bordering Lough Swilly into one of the finest in the country. Situated in a magnificent scenic parkland setting, bordering on the shore of…

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Murfs Surf School

Murfs Surf school and beach rental provider located at Tullan Strand Bundoran, Irelands most consistant beach break. Provided by level 2 ISA approved Instructors.

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Dunmore Gardens

Dunmore Gardens is a beautiful secretive walled garden, which lies just outside the pretty village of Carrigans on the western banks of Lough Foyle in Co. Donegal. The McFarland family have lived at Dunmore for four generations and have opened their doors to many weddings, celebrations and garden parties. They are always open to new visitors looking for an occasion or simply to relax in the sanctu…

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Land & Seascapes Photography Trip September 2020

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…

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Donegal Garden Trail

Founded in 2006, and opening our gates for the first time in the spring of 2007, we are an association of Public and Private Gardens. In 2019 we will have 22 member gardens spread throughout County Donegal from Innishown to Kilcar. Many private gardens proudly collect donations for local charities. Our membership includes long established historic gardens as well as newly made gardens. We are …

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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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Carraghblagh Gardens

Carrablagh is an excellent example of a well established country garden dating back to the mid 19th century. Set on the eastern cliffs of the Fanad Peninsula where Lough Swilly meets the North Atlantic Ocean.

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Fort Dunree

Walking around Dunree Point is undoubtably one of the highlights of a visit to the Inishowen Peninsula. A series of signposted footpaths allow the visitor to explore at their own pace. Detailed information boards, shelters, picnic tables and benches help to create a memorable experience whether you are a first time or regular visitor. Walk 1 is the most effortless of the three walks but it is…

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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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Doagh Famine Village

Doagh Visitors Center takes you on an informative and at times humorous journey through Irish history & culture. Life size, authentic attractions include original thatched dwellings inhabited up until the 1980s. Other scenes include an Irish Wake, Eviction Scene, Travelling Community, Presbyterian Meeting House, Orange Lodge, Republican Safe House and new for 2012 the Haunted Rooms!

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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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Gweedore Golf Club

Gweedore Golf Club is a jewel in the middle of the Donegal Gaeltacht. From the scratch golfer to the beginner, you are always guaranteed to be given a Ceád Míle Fáilte. The superbly upgraded links layout with an imaginative revamping in 2014, with great assistance from An Roinn Ealaion Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta, has helped develop the course into one of the most natural and picturesque links cou…

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Amelia's Irish Design & Gifts

Inspired by my Granny, Amelia, this shop has developed from a small space in my antique shop to a destination store renowned for quality.

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Glenveagh - Lakeside Walk

Length: 3.5km (Not a looped walk) Time: 40mins Terrain: A mostly flat gravel path This trail brings you through the glen from the visitor centre Location is at the Bus Stop near the Visitor Centre. ( Grid Ref: C 039231) to Glenveagh castle and gardens. The walk begins at the bus shelter from where there is a fine view of the valley of Glenveagh and continues along the shores of Lo…

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Moville Slí

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 …

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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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Dunlewey Kayaking - Family Kayaking Trip

FAMILY KAYAKING TRIP Suitable for beginners you will go on a family kayaking trip with a difference, We will be meet at a prearranged meeting spot where we will get you sorted out with required equipment. This will be followed by a safety chat and on land instruction. Then we will get on the kayaks and get everyone comfortable with paddling on the water. Then following clues placed in cer…

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Eco Atlantic Adventures Sunset Kayak Mulroy Bay

Sunset Kayak Mulroy Bay Enjoy a memorable summer sunset experience by kayak. Eco Atlantic Adventures offers the best seat in the house to witness this spectacle. The Evening Sunsets brings in colours and reflections, setting golden yellows, purples and reds. As the sun sets beyond the horizon, enjoy a hue of colour and light, just before it pops and fades ever so slowly and mellows out. Set…

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Slí na Finne - Slí Dhún na nGall

Slí na Finne is a 42 km long circular section of the 280km Slí Dhún na nGall that loops through the mountains of central Donegal touching on Lough Finn, a lake steeped in legends of the superhero, Finn Mc Cumhaill, and the River Finn, one of the best salmon rivers in Europe. It is a route that takes in the villages of Fintown, Brockagh and Comeen and what County Donegal is best for, its wilderness…

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