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The notable city of Belfast is just 100 miles to the east of Bunbeg.
Are you a beach bum? This area has some beautiful stretches of coastline. Stop by Kinnagoe Bay Beach, 50 miles to the east, and Portsalon Beach, 30 miles to the east.
Many people pass through Donegal to explore its splendid natural attractions. Discover the magic for yourself at Fanad Head and Drumboe Woods, 30 miles and 30 miles away from Bunbeg, respectively.
Don't worry, you won't have to miss out on your regular golf game. Gweedore Golf Club is open for casual play.
Exhausted all tourist activities in Bunbeg? Don't forget Selkie Sailing.
If you travel 3 miles to the southeast of Bunbeg you'll come to Gweedore. A stop here gives you the opportunity to experience Mount Errigal and Lough Nacung. You could also try Cloughaneely Golf Club and Magaharthy Beach in Brinlack. This destination is 4 miles from Bunbeg.
The regional hub of Glenveagh, just 12 miles east from Bunbeg, is where it's all at. It has numerous attractions worth making the distance for, including Glebe House, Gartan Outdoor Adventure Centre and Glenveagh Castle. If you have time to spare, also visit Muckish Mountain and Glenveagh National Park.
Trying new foods is about more than just nutrition. It's a way of understanding a region's personality.
To discover the true flavors of the gastronomic landscape, be sure to taste local ingredients like mutton and pork.
Take a tip from the locals and try Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).
Are you a bit of a sweet tooth? Sample some sweet seedcake loaf
If knocking back a bottle or two of the local beer is among your first priorities, make your way over to the closest bar and order a round of Murphy’s Irish Stout
Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is a common non-alcoholic option that one can order at any time of day.
The 17th of March is the day of the year when the entire country will observe Saint Patrick's Day. You're sure to find plenty of festivities taking place if you happen to be vacationing at that time.
Few things are as inspiring as a getaway is a gorgeous place, however, the time will eventually come when you'll have to head back home. Rather than feeling sad that your Bunbeg journey is drawing to a close, why not start drawing up plans for your return?
Your closest airport, Donegal Airport, is roughly 3 miles to the southwest.
At this point in time, there aren't many accommodation options on our Bunbeg hotels guide, so be sure to book ahead if you want a nice place to stay.