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  1. North West Golf Club

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Lying between the beautiful Lough Swilly and Moldy Mountain, North West Golf Club has been called the St Andrews of Ireland. Read more

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  2. Fort Dunree Military Museum

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Fort Dunree is a military museum with special emphasis on coastal artillery and the military history of the north west, in Buncrana County Donegal. Read more

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  3. Buncrana Golf Club

    Buncrana, Donegal

    The oldest 9-hole links course in Ireland delivers a challenge to the most advanced golfer and yet offers enjoyment to beginners also. Read more

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  4. Buncrana Leisure Centre

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Opened in 1989, Buncrana Leisure Centre provides quality leisure and recreational facilities to the local community and to visitors. Read more

  5. The Harbour Inn

    Buncrana, Donegal

    If you would like to relax and have a pint and the craic with the locals we have a warm and welcoming bar where you can enjoy live music at weekends. Read more

  6. Stephen Diggin's Studio Gallery

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Take this opportunity to visit the artist studio of Stephen Diggin in County Donegal. This is the artist's own gallery where you can browse and purchase the paintings on display at your leisure in a friendly atmosphere. Read more

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  7. The Beach House Bar & Restaurant

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Perched on the edge of a sandy beach and overlooking Lough Swilly the Beach House Bar & Restaurant serves modern international cuisine with an emphasis on local produce. Read more

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  8. Inch Wildfowl Reserve

    Buncrana, Donegal

    This site is situated in the inner, eastern part of Lough Swilly, approximately 8 km to the south of Buncrana. It supports a wide diversity of wintering waterfowl, notably swans and geese, as well as breeding terns, gulls and duck. It is an important link in the overall Lough Swilly wetland system, which includes Blanket Nook and Big Isleto the south. Read more

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  9. Dunree Head

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Dunree Head is accessible by road over a twisting clifftop route along the side of Urris Hills. The curving approach road offers a variety of great views over Lough Swilly. This location marks the site of Fort Dunree and Military Museum. Read more

  10. Lisfanon Beach

    Buncrana, Donegal

    Lisfannon beach is accessible via the R238, through relatively flat landscape with clear continual views to Lough Swilly. The beach is set beneath low dunes which dominate the carpark. The beach is accessed by foot through the dunes. Read more

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