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Providing stand up paddle board and kayak lessons and tours throughout South Donegal, West Leitrim, Fermanagh and North Sligo. Tours are geared toward appreciation and immersion in our unique and beautiful ecosystems & promoted as nature tours.
Killybegs Angling Charters operates from Killybegs in County Donegal which is one of Ireland’s premier fishing ports. It offers deep sea angling, sightseeing, diving and wildlife spotting all year round
The Dunfanaghy fishery comprises three lakes: Sessiagh Lough, Port Lough and the New Lake (boat fishing only), The lakes are all noted for their wild brown trout with the New Lake thought to be one of the best brown trout fisheries in the county.
Arena 7 is a family leisure centre, which consists of a bowling alley, children's activity centre, bar, restaurant, games arcade, pool, American pool tables and fast food diner.
The Bluestack Way is 47km long from Donegal Town to Ardara, with local link routes from towns and villages.
The Dolmen Centre in Naran, County Donegal is a sustainable ecocentre with an environmentally friendly construction that caters for the community and tourism by facilitating different activities and amenities in the local area.
SDS Inishowen Surf School offers surf coaching to adults, children, corporate groups and private groups situated in Inishowen, County Donegal.
Sli Cholmcille is a visitor trail linking places associated with St Colmcille or Columba, one of the greatest Irish saints. It can be followed in County Donegal in Gleann Cholmcille, Gartán and Tory island.
Magheroarty Green Coast Award beach at Gortahork in County Donegal.
Lakeside Centre is located along the Wild Atlantic Way, on the shores of beautiful Assaroe Lake in South Donegal. It is just 5 minutes walk from the historical town of Ballyshannon.
€1649 pp including meals, transport and workshops
from €2695 pp
From €88 per double room per night
€40 per adult
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