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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.

The Bike Stop & Small Engine Repairs

Ladies Gents and childrens bikes for hire Hybrid bikes, Hybrid bikes, ladies bikes, kids bikes. We hire Double kiddies trailers, box trailers, tagalong bikes, kiddies seats, panniers, front handlebar bags trail gators.

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Lenamore Stables

Lenamore Stables would like to invite you to join our wonderful riding school situated uniquely on the borders of both Derry~Londonderry and Donegal. The stables have been in the Graham family for over 100 years. Lenamore Stables is proud to be a member of the British Horse Society and the Association of Irish Riding Establishment. We have more than 30 well-trained horses and ponies suitable for …

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Drumboe Nature Trail

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…

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Loch Chonaill Railway Walk

Loch Chonaill Railway Walk - This walk on a wide gravelled track provides pleasant easy walking, for most of its length following the north western bank of Loch Chonaill with a lovely open vista of typical Donegal bogland, lakeshore and mountain landscapes. Linear Walk Length 2.2km Time 35min Nearest Town: Loughanure Local Walk

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Unique Ascent

At Unique Ascent we provide a range of unique guiding and instructional packages tailored to take you safely to the summits of the most outstanding Sea Stacks in Ireland and the UK. What is involved in an average sea stack climbing day will take you way beyond any other currently available adventurous activity in Ireland. This activity is open to everyone and does not require any previous climbing…

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Donegal Wedding Cars

Donegal Wedding Car Hire is a family run business that aims to deliver top quality services to our customers. They have many years experience in delivering people to their destination in comfort and on time. They have developed a Wedding Car Hire business in which they take great pride. Donegal Wedding Cars believe that the service they provide on this most important day to the clients, meets a…

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Feel Free Kayaking

Feel Free Kayaking takes people on guided kayaking tours of Mulroy Bay and Ballymastocker Bay in Portsalon. We also do trips on Lough Swilly from Scraggy Bay Glenvar. We are an experienced team and we are all certified kayaking instructors that will take you on an amazing kayaking trip in any of the locations we operate in.

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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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Nora Duffy Thorr/CUISLE

A Painter/Printmaker, she teaches workshops at her Hill Farm studio in beautiful Gweedore. She lives on a small Hill Sheep Farm with stunning views of Aranmore Island and surrounding area. Workshops are facillitated from one day to one week and on a one to one basis.

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Donegal Castle

Built by the O\Donnell chieftain in the 15th century, beside the River Eske, the Castle has extensive 17th century additions by Sir Basil Brooke. The Castle is furnished throughout and includes Persian rugs and French tapestries. Information panels chronicle the history of the Castle owners from the O\Donnell chieftains to the Brooke family. Limited access for people with disabilities to the groun…

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Jaws II Watersports

In 2010 Jaws Watersports expanded to Downings with the opening of ’Jaws II’ , in partnership with local windsurfer and sailor, George Kelly. So all in all JAWS WATERSPORTS is a one stop shop for all your ’ watery ’ needs. Be it Surfing, Sailing, Standup Paddleboarding, Kayaking or Winsurfing. Both George and Donald have a wealth of EXPERIENCE as outdoor educators and there is no substitute for it…

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EuroVelo 1 Cycling Route

Following Europes mighty western border, the Atlantic Coast Route combines for around 9,100km the majestic fjords of Norway, the wild Irish coastline and the sun-Kissed beaches of Portugal. The Route starts at the village of Newtowncunningham in County Donegal, Ireland. From here the route is signposted for almost 200km on quiet rural roads, to Donegal Town. The route then joins the North West Cyc…

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Walking Donegal

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. …

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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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Donegal Trad Trail

Enjoy a night of Traditional Irish Music, Song and dance in the company of some of Donegals finest traditional musicians. Our Trad Trail bus operates 6 nights a week (ex Saturday) from May to October, leaving the Tourist Information Offices on the Quay in Donegal Town at 9pm (returning approx midnight), bringing you to the towns of Ardara, Dunkineely and Glenties (depending on what night the se…

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Bloody Foreland Walk

A coastal walk against the backdrop of one of Donegals iconic landmarks - Bloody Foreland. The route is signposted as part of the Bealach na Gaeltachta - Slí an Earagail. The terrain mainly consists of a quiet road, bog road and rough track. It is a moderate walk, although there is no climbing involved, the route underfoot can be rough in places and sections of the walk can feel remote, particu…

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Lough Derg

One Day Retreats (May, late August & September) The pilgrimage season recommences at the beginning of May each year. In 2018 the Island will reopen for One Day Retreats on Saturday 5th May. Please check the dates One Day Retreats are available here. They typically run on weekends and on a number of week days. Boats are available from 9:15am. The crossing is less than 10 minutes from the l…

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Donegal Donkey Sanctuary

Donegal Donkey Sanctuary provides refuge to abandoned & abused donkeys. Visitors are welcome. Wander the walkways & meet the donkeys up close! Visitor centre includes a tearoom/gift shop. Disabled facilities available. Come along & make a new furry friend today! Donations can be made on our website and Facebook page or directly by post made payable to Donegal Donkey Sanctuary. We are con…

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Donegal Garden Trail: Glenalla House

The country estate garden of Glenalla is a hidden world surrounded by native woods and moorland. Established in the late 18th century with extensive landscaping by the Franklin family since 1913. Beyond the house and walled kitchen garden are the formal elements of the rockery, rose beds, arbour and stone edged lily pond. There are collections of rhododendrons together with summer and autumn flow…

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Century Complex

Century Complex Letterkenny is an exciting family entertainment complex incorporating Century Cinemas, Backstage Bar & Grill and Century Play!

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