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Arranmore Blueway
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Walk, cycle, snorkel, sail or kayak on the Árainn Mhór-Ailt an Chorráin (Arranmore-Burtonport) Blueway. Experience peace, tranquillity and stunning landscapes while enhancing your physical and mental wellbeing.

The coastal village of Ailt an Chorráin (Burtonport) is located on County Donegal’s western seaboard and is the gateway to the Islands of the Rosses. Approximately 5km from Ailt an Chorráin (Burtonport), in the clear blue waters of the Atlantic, is the island of Árainn Mhór (Arranmore) which is the largest of Donegal’s off shore islands.

Enjoy a range of activities on the Árainn Mhór-Ailt an Chorráin (Arranmore-Burtonport) Blueway including snorkelling, sailing, kayaking and land based activities like walking and cycling. Your overall wellbeing will benefit from this authentic blueway experience which will charm all of your senses.

The Blueways are a network of approved and branded multi activity recreational trails and sites, based on and closely linked with water.

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Arranmore Island, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
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