Active Donegal

Active Donegal

Donegal caters for every active interest whether its family fun, team sports or solo adventuring. Over land, accross mountains and on the sea, the options are vast. 

Spread your wings & soar. Donegal has so much to offer.

Sam Maguire Cup returns to Donegal in 2012!
Image of Foyle Rowing Club
Foyle Rowing Club - Image courtesy of Brid McGinley
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Hillwalking - Image courtesy of Robert Meir
Beach Time - Image courtesy of Jeremy Howard
Image courtesy of Iain Miller Unique Ascent
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Profile

Image of Easkey Britton (first on left) and her cousins in Rossnowlagh

Easkey Britton was born into Ireland’s first family of surf on the wild west coast of Donegal.  Aged 26, this Rossnowlagh woman is a true disciple of the blessed ocean life and lives up to her namesake wave, the famous west coast break which can be translated to 'fish' in Irish. She started... Read more.

Organisation

Image of Tir Conaill Harps celebrating a win on the pitch

Tir Conaill Harps has been serving the people of Glasgow for over 20 years.  They are a community based Gaelic Athletic Club which provide opportunities for everyone in a safe, fun and an affordable environment for all ages.  The club was founded in 1994 after a breakaway from another club.  ... Read more.

Place

John Farren with Jon Mahoney BIBA & others after a round of golf at Ballyliffen Golf Club

Donegal Diaspora Project hosted an Economic Seminar in May 2014 and Ballyliffin Golf Club established contact with with Ann Burke Vice President Economic Development Council of Western MA, Jon Mahoney Boston Irish Business Association and Tim Murray Worcester Chamber of Commerce.

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Article

GAA Archives Released

Image of Donegal player Celebrating the first All-Ireland victory with the President Mary Robinson

2012 has been an extraordinary year for Gaelic Football in Donegal, one which has inspired the hearts and minds of Donegal people everywhere. The celebrations have continued for weeks now since our historic All Ireland win against Mayo in September. It is wonderful that in such an amazing year, ... Read more.

Project

Image of group of people at the launch of the Celtic Longboat

The Foyle Rowing Club, Moville  was set up in 2006 with the aim of preserving the Foyle Punt as a rowing boat. The club acquired and restored three punts and commissioned two new boats which were built in the traditional way by MacDonalds Boatbuilders. As the club grew, it looked to promote... Read more.