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  • Donegal Bay Waterbus

    No visit to Donegal is complete without a trip on Ireland’s largest waterbus. This spacious, fully equipped vessel offers daily 75 to 80 minute tours of Donegal Bay with its many islands and abundant wildlife.

  • Donegal Bay Waterbus

    No visit to Donegal is complete without a trip on Ireland’s largest waterbus. This spacious, fully equipped vessel offers daily 75 to 80 minute tours of Donegal Bay with its many islands and abundant wildlife.

    Directory » Activities » Water Activities » Boat Trips

  • Seashore

    Seashore is an attractive 4 star Bed and Breakfast in county Sligo. This B&B is ideally located on a 3 acre site with a small sheep farm, 4km from Ballisodare, on the Wild Atlantic Way. It is just 12 km from Sligo.

  • Donegal Bay Charters

    Donegal Bay Charters provides a wonderful days fishing out in the spectacular bay.

    Directory » Activities » Water Activities » Angling

  • Donegal Estuary Holiday Homes

    These five modern self catering cottages, on the outskirts of Donegal Town are located beside Donegal Estuary on the Wild Atlantic Way. The cottages are in close proximity to Blue Flag Beaches, scenic drives, and beautiful walks.

    Directory » Where To Stay » Self-Catering

  • Donegal Town

    Donegal Town is a bustling centre rich in history and the ideal place to stop off while travelling north or south of the county.

    Explore The Route

  • Northern Headlands Touring Route: 1 Day

    Take a day’s trip into the diverse terrain of the remote northwest of Donegal and experience the stunning views and rich cultural heritage on offer.

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  • Northern Headlands Touring Route: 3 Day

    Our three-day itinerary of the Northern Headlands will let you explore the wondrous remoteness of the region voted top of National Geographic’s ‘Cool

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