Bundoran breaks out as one of the world's top surfing destination thanks to big waves and laid-back vibes
Charming seaside towns, pretty ports and the second largest natural harbour in the world – get to know Ireland's ports
Ever dreamed of exploring shipwrecks and swimming with dolphins? Dreams come true scuba diving off Ireland's coast
Grab on, wait for the gust and go. Windsurfing in Ireland may well be the adrenalin buzz you were looking for
Northern Ireland's most prestigious marina.
Fitness and fun for everyone. You can be sure of a friendly welcome.
The Edge Watersports at The Crannagh Activity Centre is the North Coast's premiere centre for ...
The pool offers adult only and lane swimming.Charges: Adults: approx €2.00, Child: approx €1.00, Family: approx €5.00....
Oceanaddicts, based in Kinsale, County Cork, offer live-aboard and day boat diving, snorkelling trips and sea thrills,...
Whether your preference is laid back or action packed, join us at our award winning centre in ...
The longest established family owned boat charter company in Lough Erne.
This popular fishery is stocked with up to 10000 takeable fish and 5000 fingerlings annually.
From €1,000 per person.
From £3000 per week.
From €28 per person sharing.
From €1,595 per person sharing.
From €63 per person per night sharing.
From €324 per person sharing.
From €235 per person sharing.
Prices vary per length of stay. Weekly rates from £800.
From €145 per person sharing.
From €300 based on a three night weekend break.
From €189 per person sharing
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