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Dingle and Slea Head Drive Private Tour from Killarney
"Heading out of Killarney past the Macgiddycuddy Reeks mountain range with the tallest mountain in Ireland Carrauntoohil on your left out onto our peninsula drive our first stop being ‘Inch beach’ one of the longest beaches in Ireland. You air and soil pollution free.   Leaving Inch you will carry on with the coastal drive through to ‘Gaeltacht’ where the native language is spoken until we come to ‘Dingle’ home to Fungi the Dolphin. Fungi was first spotted in Dingle Bay in the 1980’s and has made it his home ever since. Boats go out enjoy the 'Slea Head Drive’ elevated approximately 330 feet (100 metres) above the ocean the Atlantic on the left mountains to the right and looking out at ‘The Skelligs’ (islands)
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Coasteering Morning Trip
"A Coasteering trip lasts approx 2.5 hours. On arrival our friendly experienced guides will have a brief chat with you before getting you kitted out with a wetsuit and safety gear. After a safety brief you will then be ready to experience some rock scramb adventure swimming belly flopping water splashing and possibly even a spot of cliff jumping if you are feeling brave enough!We supply the following:Good winter wetsuits Buoyancy aids Protective helmet Neoprene socks &a gloves (only provi""Coasteering is the fastest growing Adventure Sport in the UK and one of the best Natural Adventure Sports that you could ever try! Northern Ireland has some of the most dramatic Coastlines in Europe. We have spent years selecting the best venues on offer!title=Highlights&1=2.5-hour+coasteering+tour+of+Northern+Ireland&2=Get+active+as+you+swim%2C+scramble+and+jump+along+the+rocky+coves+and+windswept+beaches&3=Explore+hidden+beaches%2C+bays+and+sea+caves+along+the+Irish+coast&4=Full+instruction+and+all+equi
From GBP45.00
 
Bloody Sunday and Bogside Murals Private Walking Tour
"Departing from the Tower Museum in the city centre this private Bloody Sunday and Bogside murals tour will take you into the heart of the Bogside district of Derry  the crucible of the modern day conflict in Ireland. This 90-minute walking tour will begin at Free Derry Wall and take you around some of the Bogside murals.The modern history of Derry is explored in the Bogside tour. Subjects range from th widespread religious discrimination against Irish Catholics Civil Rights period Battle of the Bogside 1969 Bloody Sunday massacre January 1972 and covers both inquiries in to Bloody Sunday and the conflict that occurred here afterwards.These tours are ideal for school and university groups studying Irish history as well as peace and reconciliation stu
From GBP15.00

More Off The Beaten Path in County Donegal

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Five Finger Beach

On our way from Malin town to Malin Head we saw a signpost for “Five Finger Beach” which sounded very interesting, so of course we veered off to have a look. It was fabulous, with long sand dunes...
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Carndonagh Cross

In Carndonagh we stopped at the Carndonagh Cross on the Buncrana road, an 7th century High Cross with two carved pillars beside it. The carvings included figures and faces and some interlacing celtic...
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Hell's Hole

Standing at Malin Head there is a small path leading down the hill to the left along the coast. Following this path you will get to Hell’s Hole after about 1 km. This is a deep, narrow gap in the...
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Stuck in the muck

I have to share this story of one mid winter night. When I get around to creating my travelogue I will move it there.My friend and I drove around the Inishowen peninsula and just before nightfall we...
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Fanad peninsula

driving around the Fanad penisula was sheer magic. The views are spectacular - rugged cliffs, gentle beaches, lush green farms.A travelogue featuring this magnificent area is forthcoming! I've so many...
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This was taken on the Creveghy...

This was taken on the Creveghy hill walk, Rosses route. There's nothing left of this community except afew ruins, appreciated only by the sheep who shelter from the rain.Why these people choose to...
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Rossknowlagh beach

Rossknowlagh beach - if you want complete & utter peace, quiet and near isolation - this is the place for you.
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Port Ronan Pier , Malin, Ireland
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Top Things to Do in County Donegal

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Donegal Town

Spend some time at the Scotsman, a small pub on the Diamond (town center). It doesn't look like much from the outside but it's nice inside...There's music every night provided by the pub owner, his...
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Republican Garden

While prominently located on the main street in Bundoran, with a beautiful view out across the Atlantic Ocean, you will not find reference to the Republican Garden (of Remembrance) in the town’s...
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Horn Head

Mount Errigal is one of the highest mountains in the region, it's 752 m high. That doesn't sound too high, but trust me, when you are climbing it, it sure feels high! There is a parking place about...
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Bundoran Beach

.......or, a day at the beach. Looking at pictures of an empty beach and dejected looking funfair rides, my Reader might be forgiven for wondering why I have chosen the title I have for this review....
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Slieve League

The highest cliffs in Europe at around 800 feet are situated at Slieve League in Co Donegal. Forget the Cliffs of Moher if you want to expereince real cliffs then come here. In fact one of the...
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Rougey Cliff Walk

This is officially a circular walk starting from the tourist office. From there follow the path along the promenade by Waterworld towards the Great Northern Hotel, clearly recognisable on the hill...
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BillNJ

"Dear Old Donegal"
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ladyanne

"Co. Donegal...One of my Favorite Places in Ireland"
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Krumel

"Sunshine in Donegal"
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sue_stone

"County Donegal beauty"
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kathycollins

"The Rugged Northwest Coast of Ireland"
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