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Watersport activities in North West Ireland.

The North West of Ireland is washed by the Atlantic and also situated in the Gulf Stream make us a wonderful centre for a wide variety of water sports which would be difficult to equal anywhere else in the world. The popularity of sports such as Diving, Sailing, Swimming, Water Skiing,  Canoeing, Surfing and Cruising, to name but a few, adds greatly to the reputation of the North West of Ireland as the perfect holiday location for anyone interested in water sports.
Adventure One Surf School
Adventure One surf school offer surfing and...
Eelburn Caravan park
Co. Donegal
Aura Leisure Centre, Letterkenny
Aura Letterkenny Leisure Complex offers...
Sallaghagrane, Letterkenny
Co. Donegal
Ballyshannon Leisure Centre
Ballyshannon Leisure Centre has a 25m indoor...
Co. Donegal
Bundoran Surf Co
Bundoran Surf Co offer surf lessons,...
Co. Donegal
Donegal Adventure Centre
Donegal Adventure Centre situated in Bundoran,...
Co. Donegal
Fin McCool Surf School
Donegal is pounded by some glorious waves,...
County Donegal
Gartan Outdoor Education and Training Centre
Gartan Outdoor Education and Training Centre is...
Church Hill, Letterkenny
Co. Donegal
Inishowen Surf School
Inishowen Surf School in County Donegal was...
Ballinarry, Buncrana
Co. Donegal
Jaws Watersports
Jaws Watersports operate watersport centres in...
Co. Donegal
Just Kayak
Why not try some sea kayaking while in Donegal...
Co. Donegal
Lakeside Activity Centre & Camping Park
The Lakeside Centre is a combination of outdoor...
Belleek Road, Ballyshannon
Co. Donegal
Mevagh Dive Centre
There are lots of superb dive sites in Donegal...
Carrigart, Letterkenny
Co. Donegal
Narosa Life Surf School
Narosa Life is a Surf Brand and School based in...
Co. Donegal
Rathmullan Sailing and Watersports School
Rathmullan Sailing and Watersports School is a...
Co. Donegal
Seventh Wave Surf School
Seventh Wave Surf School caters for all levels...
Co. Sligo
Strandhill Lodge & Surf School
Strandhill Lodge & Surf School is located a...
Shore Road, Strandhill
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Top Attractions of Ireland's North West

If it is a leisurely or action packed holiday you require then you can be guaranteed that the counties of the North West of Ireland including Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Monaghan, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo can provide for your every need. These counties offer you choices of the best accommodation and eateries along with lively evening hotspots to keep you entertained during your visit. The region has excellent sporting amenities with some of Ireland's best golf links courses, along with excellent fishing spots, horse riding, mountaineering, mountain biking, river and sea cruises, famous surfing beaches and much much more.

Visitors are also sure to experience a warm welcome or "céad mile fáilte" from those you meet on your travels in the area along with a strong sense of the Irish heritage and culture in some of the least explored parts of the country.

Ireland's North West is easily accessible from every corner of the world through the regional airports serving the region at Knock or Shannon and you'll find there is a lot to see and plenty to do once you arrive. Below are just some of the main attractions ready to be discovered. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Croagh Patrick in Mayo

Croagh Patrick

Croagh Patrick, one of the highest peaks in the West of Ireland is situated five miles from the picturesque town of Westport in the village of Murrisk, and the mountain’s conical shape soars majestically above the surrounding countryside. More details +
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Glenveagh National Park Donegal

Glenveagh National Park

Glenveagh National Park can be found about 24km north west of Letterkenny in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains. With its pristine lakes, mountains, boglands, moorlands, rivers and wilderness, this remote and peaceful national park is hauntingly beautiful and serene. More details +
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Slieve League Cliffs

Slieve League Cliffs

Towering high above the raging Atlantic Ocean, the Slieve League Cliffs are one of the highest sea-cliff faces in Europe. Their incredibly steep slope to the sea is perhaps even more hair-raising than the Cliffs of Moher with its shear drop. More details +
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The Céide Fields in Mayo

The Céide Fields

The remarkable neolithic site at Céide Fields in County Mayo holds the oldest known stone-walled fields in the world. They date back almost 6,000 years, more than any other early agricultural site to date. More details +
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The Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway

The Giant's Causeway’s unique rock formations have, for millions of years, stood as a natural rampart against the unbridled ferocity of north Atlantic Ocean. The rugged symmetry of the columns, and their uniform planshape, never fail to intrigue and inspire the curious admirers who come so far to witness them. More details +
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Grianán of Aileach

Grianán of Aileach

The great Grianán of Aileach is believed to have been built in the 1st century AD, on the site of an ancient Iron Age hillfort, and the outline of the original Iron Age fort can still be seen on the hill to this day. More details +
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Doagh Famine Village

Doagh Famine Village

Doagh Famine Village contains a wide selection of full size attractions, including some original dwellings which were still inhabited up to 20 years ago. Some of the buildings of Doagh Famine Village, such as the Orange Hall, Presbyterian Meeting House, Mass Rock and Hedge School and a Republican Safe House, depict the diverse history and culture of this corner of the Inishowen peninsula. More details +

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