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Maghery Coastal Adventures
An Clochán Liath, Co. Donegal
Family friendly
Free car parking
Pre-booking essential
Cloudy days
Located in an area of natural beauty in West Donegal, Maghery Coastal Adventures offers both land and water based activities such as walking, rock climbing, kayaking, snorkelling, abseiling, surfing, SUP and cycling.

Maghery is a small and vibrant coastal community situated in the Rosses area of West Donegal and is less than 20km from Donegal Airport. It is an area of natural beauty with a variety of landscapes including beaches, islands, sea cliffs, caves, arches, hills and lakes. It is an ideal location for pursuing outdoor activities.

Maghery Coastal Adventures is an exciting initiative aimed at utilising the rich natural environment of the area, with a strong focus on sustainability and community involvement.

If you like to connect with nature while doing an enjoyable outdoor activity, then Maghery Coastal Adventures is perfect for you. A range of sea and land based activities are provided, which are fun for couples, families and groups. Whether you prefer kayaking or stand up paddle boarding, abseiling, snorkelling or surfing, hill walking, rock climbing or cycling, there is an activity that will give you a sense of achievement.

These activities are a super way of immersing yourself in the local environment, sea and hills. You can explore the unspoiled landscape with knowledgeable guides, in small personal groups that are a mix of tourists and locals.

There’s plenty of wildlife around and in particular a large seal population. A variety of aromas will arouse your senses such as heather, seaweed and the salty sea.

Maghery Coastal Adventures are the ideal path to relaxation and peacefulness. So come along and relish the feeling of rejuvenation.

Contact details
Community Centre, Maghery Glebe, Maghery Glebe, Maghery, Co. Donegal, Ireland
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