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Bundoran Surf Accommodation

Address: Main Street, Bundoran, Bundoran, Ireland
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Bundoran Surf Accommodation

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Bundoran Surf Chalet is a new 2 bedroom self catering unit located just off the main street of Bundoran and is roughly 5 minutes away from some of the best surf in Europe all year round.

Located right beside the main surf shop in Bundoran , the chalet has been designed for surfers with features such as board racks and a wet room.
 

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Bundoran is situated on the south shore of Donegal Bay. The town is widely regarded as the surf capital of Ireland. It has become famous all over the world for the quality of its waves, and has hosted a number of international surfing competitions. The town offers many quality reef breaks for more experienced surfers, as well as a number of good beach breaks that are ideally suited to novice and intermediate surfers. The area around Bundoran has many natural and built features to keep you occupied during flat spells. There are great rivers and lakes for fishing, as well as hills for walking and exploring. The built heritage of the area is also outstanding, with archaeology, castles, abbeys and national parks to explore. Scroll down for information on where to visit in the local area. Buy an OS map number 16 to really know the area. Around Bundoran : There are plenty of scenic drives and walks that you can do while in the area. Ben Bulben Mountain: One of the finest hill walks in Ireland with outstanding views from the top. Access from Gowlaun and Rothcormack. Easiest from Rathcormack via Kings Mountain and switchback track. Be sure to ask for local advice and permission before crossing land. Slieve League Cliffs: Past Killybegs and on to Teelin. Highest sea cliffs in Europe and great walking possibilities. Amazing views on a clear day. Lough Melvin: Turn left in Kinlough village and follow the shores of Lough Melvin. After five miles turn to the right and follow the barr road into Rossinver village. Waterfalls on your left after the village. Follow the road to Garrisson and then return to Kinlough via the opposite shore. Gleniff Horeshoe: Four miles out of Bundoran towards Sligo turn left after Creevykeel Megalithic Complex (worth a visit) and follow the road to the pub on your left. Six miles around the horeshoe. Suitable for walking - no traffic and paved road. Glencar valley and waterfall: Head to Sligo and turn left in Rathcormack village. Follow the road at the bottom of Kings mountain to reach the waterfall. Park here for access to the hills above. Continue to the end of the lake and turn right to return via high road on the opposite shore. Glenade valley: Head into Kinlough and follow the Manorhamilton road. Beatiful views of the valley. At the end of the lake turn right and follow the roads on the opposite shore. Plenty of potential for walking. Look out for the impressive Ealge's Rock. Lissadell House and Raghly: A visit to Lissadell House is a must for fans of history. Open during the summer. Beatiful walks through the gardens and coast. Continue along the coast to Raghly. A great area for exploring with a map. Maze of back roads. Mullaghmore Head and beach: A lovely walk around the head that takes about 40 minutes. Also accessible by car. Great views of the bay and Classiebawn castle. Great walking on the beach. Streedagh: Great coastal walk along the beach and into the dunes. Do not bring dogs into the dunes as sheep grazing. The Bluestack Way: has been developed as a Waymarked Way. It is 47km long and extends from Donegal Town to Ardara, with local link routes from towns and villages where accommodation and entertainment are available, adding a further 63km to the route. The Bluestack Mountains are a rugged mountain range with peaks in excess of 600m and in parts are quite remote.Walking festival held in October. North West Walking Guides provide guided tours all year round. Detailed guide books and maps available in Tourist Offices for self guides tours. The Bally Tour, Ballyshannon: Real and imaginary characters from Ballyshannon's past and present bring the town's history to life. Guided walking tours led by one of these characters in period dress are an informative and entertaining way to learn of Ballyshannon's colourful bygone days. Kingfisher Cycle Trail: The Kingfisher Trail has over 300 miles of mapped and signposted cycle trails in the Fermanagh region. From rolling hills, to country lanes to Atlantic coast, the trail has something for all tastes. Suitable for Independent or group travel.