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Blow away the cobwebs on one of Bundoran's short but revitalising walks. ; Bundoran Sea Baths and Health Suite. ; Pamper yourself and let your worries drift away...
Wet and Wild fun for all the family
Along wide-open beaches or country lanes of Bundoran.
Pitch & Putt
18 hole pitch and putt
Open 11:00am - 12midnight every day
Donegal Adventure Centre
Dinglei Coush: Including: Mountain Biking, Archery, Hill walking, Horse riding, Dive boarding, Surfing and Water sports
18 hole championship links course.
Sea angling available locally.
Excellent range of gaming arcades and funfair.
Wide choice of eating places covering a range of world cuisine
The entertainment capital of the north west, choose from concerts, cabaret, nightclubs and traditional pub music sessions.
With world class beach and reef breaks Bundoran is a popular destination for both surfers and body boarders.
Blue Flag Beach
EU award winning for it's cleanliness and water quality, this sandy beach located just a short distance from the main street. ; Popular with families and safe for bathing with lifeguards on patrol.
The heavenly cove and 4km Blue Flag Beach accessible by car.
The Franciscan Friary, Rossnowlagh
Visitors centre and beautiful gardens overlooking the beach.
Arts ; and ; Crafts shop Rossnowlagh
Various crafts produced on premises.
Magees Donegal Tweed
View the largest selection of hand-woven Donegal Tweed in the World. ; Over 300 fabric samples or patterns to select from.
Recently restored 15th century O' Donnell Clan castle in the centre of the town.
Donegal Craft Village
Eight workshops: - handmade pottery batik, jewellery, metalwork, Uilleann pipes, Porcelain Ceramics and hand weaving.
Donegal Bay Waterbus
Tour Donegal Bay, featuring the burial place of "Red Hugh O' Donnell ", the old Franciscan Abbey, French Man's Anchor, the Coastal guard station and Seal Island.
Donegal Railway Heritage Centre
Restored station buildings are now home to exhibitions dedicated to guiding you through the history of the railways in County Donegal.
Blue Stack Way
Waymarked walking route between Donegal Town and Ardara.
Donegal Golf Club
18 hole links course at Murvagh.
Circular touring route around the Lough and Blue Stack Mountains.
Donegal safeguards Ireland's largest Gaeltacht (Irish Speaking area). ; Here the Irish language is an everyday community language for many of the inhabitants reflecting a rich Gaelic heritage - a heritage of hospitality, great music, song and dance.