Arranmore Island Vacations
Arranmore Island is a popular place to visit while you are in Donegal as many of the city’s star attractions are within easy driving distance. Two of the most interesting places to see are the fabulous Inishkeel and the remarkable Iniskeel Island. Two other worthy points of interest that are nearby Arranmore Island are Narin Beach and the Gweedore Golf Club.
Vacationers in Arranmore Island, looking for something a little out of the ordinary, should make tracks to the nearby cultural attractions. Wander through the exhibits and savor the quiet of the St Connells Cultural and Heritage Museum in Glenties. Often talked about galleries, include the Stephen Bennett Studio Gallery in Ardara.
If the weather is good get into the great outdoors and enjoy the nearby parks and reserves. Inhale the salty air, chat with the fishermen and make the most of the sunshine at nearby Tramore Beach in Killybegs and Dorlin Strand in Ardara. To discover the local wilderness drive out to Mount Errigal in Dunfanaghy and Glengesh Pass in Killybegs. Discover the area’s birdlife by heading to a nearby lake such as Lough Doon in Killybegs and Lough Nacung in Dunfanaghy.
While you are here, don’t miss some of the local sights such as the Owenea Bridge Standing Stone in Ardara. These are a magnet for travellers from all the corners of the globe. Learn more about Donegal’s past by checking out nearby heritage sites, such as Ardara Fort in Ardara.
There's absolutely no excuse to neglect your swing while you are here. Visit the Sandfield Pitch and Putt Course in Ardara to enjoy the finest fairways and friendliest clubhouse.
After a day seeing the sights around Arranmore Island, recharge your batteries in one of the area’s popular hotels or apartments. Among the accommodation options in and around Arranmore Island are the Bunbeg House and the Woodhill House, Ardara.