If you are ever going nowhere in particular you may just find yourself on Illantra. Just off the west coast of Donegal this small uninhabited ( by humans ) Island is beloved by creatures and birds who live,… Read More
I managed to sneak over to one of our main Donegal headlands just as lock down was coming to an end. I was pleasantly surprised to see so many summer visitors who have flocked to our shores and… Read More
High in the foothills of the Bluestack mountains you will find one of Donegal’s best loved kayaking secrets, a succession of several rock slides known affectionately as the Slabs. Getting the right water levels to run this section… Read More
Winter can be the best part of the year for kayak surfing on the Atlantic coast of Donegal, below is some footage from a November kayak surf at a completely deserted Dooey beach. Not only is the sun… Read More
Gola Island (Gabhla) is a mid-size island 2km from the mainland of Gweedore (Gaoth Dobhair) in N.West Donegal and Is a fantastic wild Island to explore either by foot or by sea.
The west Donegal coastline is full of holes. Most are in the form of caves and sea arches (not to mention a few tunnels thrown in for good measure). Take the sea arches; there are a lot of… Read More
Donegal has many miles of coastline some of which is fairly remote and challenging. West coast weather can also be unpredictable at the best of times so a good understanding on how the current weather conditions will affect… Read More
The idea is to show you the places along Ireland’s Donegal coastline that don’t normally show up on the main tourist websites and their social media pages. Places along this amazing Wild Atlantic coast like the uninhabited offshore islands and remote cliffs and coves that are hard to get to..