Days Out Donegal

Bundoran Waterworld
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Bundoran Waterworld
Up to 3 hours excitement in; Wave Pool with 5 Wave patterns, 2 speed Rapids and children's water features Slide Pool with Tornado Flume, Twister Flume, Children's Yellow Slide and Snake shower...
Dizzy's Den - Bundoran
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Dizzy's Den - Bundoran
Dizzy's Den has a fantastic 3 Lane Astro Slide and super fast speed slide. Have fun on the rope bridges and labyrinth climbs. Rock on a giant orange or box with wobbling dinosaurs. Bring our...
Donegal Castle
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Donegal Castle
Built by the O'Donnell chieftain in the 15th century, beside the River Eske, the Castle has extensive 17th century additions by Sir Basil Brooke. The Castle is furnished throughout and includes...
Fort Dunree - Buncrana
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Fort Dunree - Buncrana
Fort Dunree, Dun Fhraoigh in Irish means, “Fort of the Heather” and indicates that this site has been an important defensive site down through history. Today however, its stunning...
Glenveagh National Park and Castle  - Letterkenny
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Glenveagh National Park and Castle - Letterkenny
Glenveagh National Park is situated on the eastern side of the Derryveagh Mountains in the north-west of County Donegal. The Park contains 14,000 hectares of mountain, raised bogland, lakes...
Lurgybrack Open Farm  - Letterkenny
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Lurgybrack Open Farm - Letterkenny
Lurgybrack Open Farm is a special place where all the family can spend the day together seeing the animals and having fun. The centuries old farm building is home to a range of friendly farm...
Wains World - Buncrana
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Wains World - Buncrana
Wains World Unit 10 Milltown Business Park, Buncrana, Ireland 00353 74 9322450
Donegal is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. Donegal is not the county town (capital) of County Donegal, despite being its namesake. Ratheir, the county town is Lifford, and Letterkenny is the county's largest town. Donegal town is situated at the mouth of Donegal Bay and is overshadowed by the Bluestack Mountains. The town has been bypassed by the N15 and N56 roads. The Irish name translates into English as Fort of the Foreigners.