Donegal Information: Falcarragh

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Drumnatinny Beach

Drumnatinny Beach

click to enlarge image Drumnatinny Beach is located on the North West coast of Donegal approx 3km north of Falcarragh Town. The 4km long sandy beach is safe for swimming on the western side of the Ray river that flows … Continue reading

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FestiFál An Falcarrach :: The Falcarragh Festival

Falcarragh Festival

FestiFál An Falcarrach – The Falcarragh Festival FestiFál is Falcarragh’s annual  summer festival, bringing good music, family events and above all good craic to Falcarragh. The festival typically has a great music line-up with bands from all over Ireland and … Continue reading

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Narosa Life Surf School Dunfanaghy

Narosa Life Surf School

Narosa Life Surf School Dunfanaghy is an ISA approved surf school with some of Europe’s best qualified surf coaches! The school caters for beginner, intermediate and advanced surfers. In addition Narosa Life’s surf fitness classes, yoga classes and walking tours … Continue reading

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Dunfanaghy Fishery Donegal

Dunfanaghy Fishery Donegal

Dunfanaghy Fishery Donegal – The Dunfanaghy fishery comprises of three lakes: New Lake, Sessiagh Lough and Port Lough. These lakes are controlled by the Dunfanaghy Angling Association. The Association has worked hard to provide top quality wild brown trout fishing. … Continue reading

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Cloughaneely Golf Club Falcarragh

Cloughaneely Golf Club Falcarragh

Cloughaneely Golf Club Falcarragh – Cloughaneely Golf Club was officially opened in 1996 making it Donegal’s newest golf course. The club lies in the shade of Muckish Mountain and is set in the grounds of the historic Ballyconnel Estate amidst … Continue reading

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McAuliffe’s Craft Shop Dunfanaghy

McAuliffes Dunfanaghy

McAuliffe’s Craft Shop Dunfanaghy Mc Auliffe’s Craft Shop is situated in the village of Dunfanaghy approximately 23 miles north west of Letterkenny in Co. Donegal, overlooking the picturesque Sheephaven Bay. This family business has been in existence for three generations … Continue reading

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The Mill Restaurant Dunfanaghy

The Mill Restaurant Dunfanaghy

The Mill Restaurant Dunfanaghy – The award winning Mill Restaurant has an idyllic location on the shores of New Lake on the outskirts of Dunfanaghy – a place which has become a haven for seabirds in recent years and is … Continue reading

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Tory Island Ferry

Tory Island Ferry

The Tory Island ferry is operated by Turasmara and will take you from the fishing harbours at Bunbeg and Magheroarty to the Island on board Tormór, a fully equipped and certified coastal cruiser. The service is licensed by the Department … Continue reading

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Slí an Earagail

Slí an Earagail

Slí an Earagail is one of the main sections of the 280km Slí Dhún na nGall that covers much of the Gaeltacht area of west County Donegal. Slí an Earagail is a circular and relatively flat route that is named … Continue reading

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The Dunlewey Centre : Ionad Cois Locha

Ionad Cois Locha

The Dunlewey Centre : Ionad Cois Locha Dunlewey in Gweedore is the location of Ionad Cois Locha Visitors’ Centre (The Dunlewey Centre) – a community-based tourism culture and arts development. Ionad Cois Locha is situated on the shores of Dunlewey … Continue reading

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