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.
This walk takes you on minor roads and surfaced track along the old railway corridor returning on quiet country lanes and road, passing the wind turbine, Alcorn’s Gatehouse, Sweeney’s Gatehouse, Dungloe Road Station and Marjorie’s Gatehouse. Including a fabulous woodland of beautiful ash trees, the walk is filled with spectacular views and a vast array of flora and fauna.
Slí na Rossan - Slí Dhún na nGall - Part of the 280km Slí Dhún na nGall, Slí na Rosann is a 65km circular route covering an area called the Rosses, which lies between the western outliers of the Derryveagh Mountains and the much indented Atlantic coast in west County Donegal. It is a wonderfully scenic, rock-strewn landscape scattered with more than a hundred lakes, which make it a mecca for angle…
The Surf Project Kids Clubs are Back This Summer!
Kids Clubs are inclusive and engaging environments for all kids, regardless of background, where they can come and make new friends, gain self-confidence, have an amazing time in the great outdoors and learn more about God in a safe and super fun environment! Kids will have an hour of interactive Bible teaching and an hour long Surf lesson on th…
Drummonaghan Trail - This site is adjacent to the heritage town of Rathmelton. The town dates back to the early 17th century. The area was noted for flax growing which supported a thriving linen industry. In the 18th and early 19th centuries there was extensive trade between Rathmelton and the New World. The site provides a pleasant walk through both coniferous and broadleaf plantations. Along the…
Inspired by my Granny, Amelia, this shop has developed from a small space in my antique shop to a destination store renowned for quality.
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!
For those seeking a challenging but rewarding hike through remote country, this walk offers it all ( A strenuous, physically demanding with rough ground, steep slopes and only suitable for experienced and very fit walkers). Starting at the wonderfully atmospheric Lenan Strand, the route follows a mix of bog road, ancient cart tracks and open country.
Lenght 6.5km Time: 2-3hr
We've OPENED the farm to visitors (in line with current restrictions and medical advice).
FJ and Meghan of Away to Me welcome you to their familys working sheep farm on the sea cliffs of the picturesque Donegal village of Malinbeg, in Glencolmcille.
Away to Me offer authentic sheepdog demonstrations with their very friendly clan of border collies. Enjoy unique insight into the history and …
We have a wide variety of activities for children across our park and we also provide accommodation with our log cabins and mobile homes. We have lots to do with bouncy castles, water sports, trampolines , an indoor play area, rock climbing, archery and many more activities!
Coasteering is an adventurous way to explore some of Donegal’s amazing coastline. It involves a combination of jumping, climbing and swimming.
It is an awesome and progressive experience. We start off small and as your confidence and ability increases, so too does the jump height!
Coasteering operates in a very dynamic sea environment and so a good level of water confidence is required.
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 …
Céad mile fáilte go ‘Hillwalking Donegal’.
Go dté mar atá sibh!
My name is Seamus Doohan. I was born and raised in the Gaeltacht area of Falcarragh in Co. Donegal, under the shadow of the majestic Derryveagh mountains, and within a whisper of the rugged coastline of the wild North Atlantic.
As someone who has a passion for the outdoors, it was inevitable that I would take to hill walking. …
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.
Kids Summer Camps Downings
Kids Sumer camps with Kayaking, Snorkelling and Beach Games and a huge element of fun and learning.
Canoe Ireland Registered Instructor, Child Protection and Garda Vetted and Fully Insured.
Camp running Monday- Friday, July & August, 9am- 11am,
All Kayak gear and Wetsuits provided.
Cost is €100pp,
Booking is Essential,
Contact Hugh 0862250599
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 …
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
Donegal Scenic Travel is a new business with over 30 years experience in the passenger sector. In this our first year, we are providing a guided tour of SW Donegal. As we grow we intend to introduce additional tours to explore a wider area of our beautiful, yet much undiscovered county. On this leg of your sojourn along the Wild Atlantic Way, we invite you to sit back, relax and let our local prof…
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 …
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.
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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