Beach

Beach

No trip to Donegal is complete without exploring its miles of golden beaches, especially Ballymastocker Bay, voted the second most beautiful beach in the world by Observer Magazine. With 1,100km of spectacular Atlantic coastline wrapping around Donegal, there is no shortage of beaches to explore. County Donegal has retained all of its 13 Blue Flag Beach awards making it the Irish county with the most Blue Flag Beaches in 2013 Ballymastocker bay is only a 10minute stroll from Donegal Ardglass Cottages.

www.welovedonegal.com/beaches-ballymastocker.html

Fishing

Fishing / Sea Angling

The Meadows Fishery is a two acre stream-fed fishery which opened a few years ago and now offers the opportunity for anglers to enjoy some first rate, and perhaps unique, fishing for rainbows within sight of the sea.

Admire the fabulous views over Mulroy Bay towards Muckish Mountain as you try for a rainbow trout at the Meadows Trout Fishery located just off the R246 north of Kerrykee.

Ph: T: +353 (0)86 8047516 – For more details.

Surfing

Surfing

Donegal has some great surf spots. Close by is Warden beach at the end of Ballymastocker Bay which frequently has great opportunities for surfing and body boarding. Donegal Ardglass Cottages are the perfect location for Surfing Holidays.

Check out Ballyheirnan Bay, home to Adventure One Surf School www.adventureone.net who cater for all levels and abilities. 

Kayak

Kayaking

Lough Swilly is the perfect spot for kayaking and dinghy sailing on a calm day. Kayaks can be rented from Portsalon Pier.

Donegal Sea Kayaking offers a range of escorted tours around the peninsula and can be found at www.donegalseakayaking.com

Sailing

Sailing

Check out Rathmullan Sailing and Water sports School for organised classes www.rathmullansailing.com