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County Donegal Activities

Water World - located on the seafront Bundoran, this is Irelands premier all Aqua Adventure Playground. Facilities include a wave pool and 2 leisure pools plus a variety of slide pools for children including the whizzer slide, Irelands fastest slide. For adults there is a sauna and steam room as well as lower deck loungers overlooking the ocean.

Glenveagh National Park - located on the eastern side of the Derryveagh Mountains, the park has 14000 hectares of lakes, woodlands and mountains. The park is perfect for hiking biking and kayaking.

County Donegal Parks & Gardens

Donegal Gardens - this stunning contemporary garden is surrounded by walls that are 100 years old. The garden has gravel paths, a greenhouse and rolling green lawns. The garden also has a range of shrubs, lovely perenial flowers and a vegetable patch.

Swan Park - the park straddles the Crana river and has lovely sheltered surroundings that are perfect for a quiet picnic. Swan is hugely popular with visitors, local fisherman and families for walking or relaxing.

County Donegal Beaches

Maghery Beach - located on the Killybegs Road, 3km out of Ardara, the golden beach is wonderful for sunbathing and at low tide visitors can enter and explore some of the most impressive caves in Ireland.

Nairn - located 8km from Ardara along the Atlantic Coast, Nairn is a lovely sheltered cove beach. The beah streches for about 2km and is blue flag approved because of its safe bathing waters and lifegaurds in summer. There are also toilet facilities, shops, bars and restaurants.

County Donegal Restaurants and Bars

County Donegal Restaurants

Marlboro House - located at Sea Road, Bundoran. Marlborro has a cozy open fire and a fully licenced bar. The restaurant has a lovely varied menu featuring dishes made from fresh locl produce.

Millers Restaurant - located at The Pettigo Inn, Pettigo. Millers features open fires and elegant decor with a distinct old world charm. Renowned for its excellent menu. Millers has something to suit every taste.

Dolmen Restaurant - located at Nairn Inn, Portnoa. Dolmen has a wide range of delicious dishes such as fresh seafood caught in the area. The dining room is elegant and the atmosphere and service is wonderful.

County Donegal Bars & Clubs

Wheelhouse bar and Cavery - located at Killybegs. By day Wheelhouse serves as a relaxing lounge where visitors can unwind and enjoy the bar menu. At night it becomes a lively night spot with the finest contemporary and traditional musicians. The upperdeck cocktail bar is elegant and serves fantastic after dinner cocktails.

Diey Reilly's - located at Market Street, Ballyshannon. One of the oldest pubs in Town, Diey Reilly's is family run and has a rustic old world charm. The pub hosts live music, has a beer garden and a plasma screen for sporting events.

Logues of Granford - located at Granford Letterkenny. This bar is famous for its welcoming friendly atmosphere and lovely country setting.

Mary Murrins - located at Bruckless, Killybegs. One of the oldest pubs in the area, Mary Murrins has an excellent reputation for serving home cooked food especially the seafood chowder and fish dishes. The pub has a great seletion of drinks and a warm atmosphere.

Sweeney's Pub - located at West Port, Ballyshannon. This pub is a must when visiting Ballyshannon. Sweeney's is family run and is renowned for their good wholesome food and traditional music sessions.

County Donegal children's activities

Water World - located on the seafront Bundoran, this is Irelands premier all Aqua Adventure Playground. Facilities include a wave pool and 2 leisure pools plus a variety of slide pools for children including the whizzer slide, Irelands fastest slide. For adults there is a sauna and steam room as well as lower deck loungers overlooking the ocean.

Glenveagh National Park - located on the eastern side of the Derryveagh Mountains, the park has 14000 hectares of lakes, woodlands and mountains. The park is perfect for hiking biking and kayaking.

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