Tullagh Bay Equestrian Centre Clonmany

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This video showcases the superb facilities at the Tullagh Bay Equestrian Centre which is located just outside Clonmany village on the Inishowen Peninsula. It also highlights the stunning location of the centre close to the shores of Tullagh beach on Donegals Wild Atlantic Way
The Centre provides riding and trekking for all ages, with pony camps taking place during school holidays.

 

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