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(1) Saoire Mara Charters (2) Charter boat providing trips for Deep Sea Angling, Sightseeing Cruises and Island Trips. (3) Kincasslagh, Co. Donegal. 5km west of Donegal Airport.
Sliabh Liag Boat Tours in Teelin, County Donegal, offer sightseeing trips to Bunglas Cliffs and Sliabh Liag, one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
The Marlboro House and Restaurant in Bundoran is renowned for its excellent range of cuisine and relaxed, inviting setting.
Oakfield Park is a secret jewel located in Raphoe, County Donegal. The award winning, 18th Century Georgian deanery includes a traditional walled garden and kitchen garden. Train rides are available on weekends.
At the top of the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal, is Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head. It is also an area of great scenic beauty and of historical, scientific and ecological importance.
Located in a building that once housed a shirt factory the Yellow Pepper on Letterkenny’s Lower Main Street has long collared the market for quality eating out in the North-West.
Selchie Sailing in Gweedore, County Donegal offers practical sailing tuition that promotes good seamanship and boat handling.
The Village Tavern Seafood Bar and Restaurant is located in Mountcharles, Donegal, on the Wild Atlantic Way. The Village Tavern is just 5 minutes drive from Donegal Town, gateway to Irelands North West.
Dive Arranmore is based on Arranmore Island, off north west Donegal. Access to the island is by scheduled ferry services from Burtonport Harbour, located 7 kilometres from the nearest town of Dungloe.
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