The gateway to Donegal’s Wild Atlantic Way
With the longest and most varied coastline in Ireland Donegal is a treasure trove of undiscovered gems combining the wild untamed scenery with an inner sense of peace and tranquillity.
For those wishing to explore Donegal’s Wild Atlantic Way, Bundoran provides the ideal base to discover some of the most iconic tourism attractions in the country.
From the stunning and breathtaking Cliffs of Slieve League, the tranquil landscapes surrounding Glenveigh National Park to the many undiscovered beaches and inlets, a sheer haven awaits you. With more Blue Flag beaches than any other county in Ireland, there is no doubt that you will discover your very own little secret spot.
Along the route you will come across so many little pubs, bistro’s and restaurants all with their own charm and personality with the locals only too willing to engage in some great conversation and craic.
The Donegal Bay Waterbus has always remained very popular with visitors to Bundoran – this purpose-built craft is one of the more popular tourist attractions in the county offering trips down Donegal Bay with its unique seal sanctuary. The craft is greatly enhanced by a full bar and entertainment onboard.
During this visit to Donegal town, one can visit many of the shops specialising in the world-famous Donegal Tweed which is synonymous with the county . Amble around the home of Donegal’s famous “Fighting Prince” Red Hugh O’Donnell at Donegal Castle and round your afternoon off a stroll around the ancient monastery of the Four Masters.
For those wishing to take in a bit of culture the mystic land which inspired one of Ireland’s most famous poets W.B.Yeats with is directly on Bundoran’s doorstep. A visit to Yeats Grave, to Streedagh and Lissadell, the Horseshoe and the many looped walks in the Benbulben Mountain Range,
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