Wild Atlantic Way - County Donegal

  1. Feile Cheoil Chill Chartha - Kilcar Fleadh

    Kilcar, Donegal

    A festival of music, song and dance celebrating the living tradition of south west Donegal with workshops, concerts, pub and street sessions, crossroad dance, heritage day, 'Echoes of the Glen', céilí... Read more

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  2. The Lobster Pot

    Burtonport, Donegal

    A family run establishment, the award winning Lobster Pot offers you the complete seafood experience together with the best of craic around a glowing fire. Read more

  3. Mevagh House

    Carrigart, Donegal

    Family run Bed And Breakfast over looking Mulroy Bay. 0.5 km from Carrigart at entrance to beautiful Rosguill peninsula and Atlantic drive. Read more

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  4. Irish Music Tours.ie

    Ardara, Donegal

    Irish Music Tours.ie is Ireland's leading Traditional Irish Music and Cultural tour operator with bases in Donegal, Galway, Dublin and Belfast. We run a range of tours to suit everyone's needs. Read more

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  5. McGrory's Of Culdaff

    Culdaff, Donegal

    Situated in Culdaff Village just 10km from Carndonagh, there is a wealth of activities and day trips to enjoy, making a visit to McGrory’s the ideal base for exploring the area with, highlights including Doagh Famine Village. Read more

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  6. Ardeen

    Ramelton, Donegal

    Ardeen Country House B&B is situated in the heritage town of Ramelton overlooking the River Lennon. This historic Victorian house, built in 1845, is set in its own grounds on the edge of Ramelton town Read more

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  7. Dunfanaghy Country Market

    Dunfanaghy, Donegal

    Dunfanaghy Country Market is a weekly market in Dunfanaghy, County Donegal. It has a wide selection of wholesome foods, crafts and fresh produce from the local area. Read more

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  8. Donegal Sea Kayaking

    Fanad, Donegal

    Donegal Sea Kayaking is a fully insured, ICU compliant tour and activity company located on the Fanad Peninsula 20 - 35 minutes from Letterkenny, 15 minutes from Downings via the bridge and 25 minutes from Rathmullan. Read more

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  9. Walking donegal

    Falcarragh, Donegal

    Seamus is a walking guide, working with hotels, festivals and groups coming to the north west to walk. He is a member, the secretary and training officer for the North West Mountaineering Club. Read more

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  10. 5 Day Fishing-Fly Fishing or Sea Angling

    Gweedore, Donegal

    With Ireland’s longest coastline and hundreds of glistening lakes and rivers, Donegal is an angler’s paradise. Real Ireland offer a variety of fishing packages including fly fishing and sea angling. Read more

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