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The seaside resort of Bundoran is situated on Donegal’s coast in the north west of Ireland. Trident Holiday Homes offers a choice of holiday homes in Bundoran area.
Bundoran is a traditional seaside resort and great destination for family holidays. There are a number of places to eat, lively entertainment in the bars and hotels, amusement arcades, a public playground and an aqua park - Waterworld. This large indoor aqua park has something for children of all ages having water slides, rapids and waves. For adults there is a coffee shop, sauna, steam room and seaweed wraps.
Like much of Ireland’s west coast, Bundoran has become a favourite holiday spot with surfers in recent years and is frequently referred to as the ‘Surf capital of Ireland’. It is home to a number of schools and equipment suppliers such as Turf n Surf Surf School, Bundoran Surf Co. and Donegal Adventure Centre that offer lessons for all levels of ability as well as equipment hire. In addition to good surf at Bundoran’s Tullan Strand, other good sites along this part of the coast include;
There is a wide variety of other outdoor activities available close to our holiday homes ranging from hiking and cliff top walks to trekking along the beach and cycling (with bicycles available for hire in the town).
County Donegal is remarkably scenic with a number of areas of interest near to Bundoran to explore. The Blue Stack Mountains, the dramatic coastline and Glenvaegh National Park all offer stunning walks of varying difficulty and length. The National Park is well worth a visit covering some 16,000 hectares which include the Glenveagh Estate, Derryveagh Mountains and Lough Veagh. It is also home to Ireland’s largest herd of red deer. The Slieve League Cliffs are can also be found in this part of Ireland. They are the sixth highest sea cliffs in Europe and are just as spectacular as the Cliffs of Moher.
Our self catering holiday homes in Bundoran are a great base from which to tour the visitor attractions and stunning scenery of Co. Donegal.
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