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    Descriptive info: .. Skip to Choose Language.. Home.. Useful Links.. Sitemap.. Print this Page.. Leagan Gaeilge.. Site by Aró.. © Copyright Gaelsaoire 2008.. Udaras na Gaeltachta.. Donegal.. Places.. Accommodation.. Events.. Activities.. Travel.. Mayo.. Galway.. Kerry.. Cork.. Waterford.. Meath.. About Gaelsaoire.. What is the Gaeltacht?.. Publications.. The Gaelsaoire.. Roghnaigh do theanga.. GAEILGE.. Más scíth  ...   uisce atá uait nó siúlóidí sléibhe, galf, marcaíocht chapall, rothaíocht nó eile, sásófar sa Ghaeltacht tú.. Isteach.. Choose your language.. ENGLISH.. From its rugged coastline to its inland mountains and lakes, Ireland s Gaeltacht, where the Irish language can still be heard, offers the opportunity for a very different holiday experience.. Enter..

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    Descriptive info: Skip to Main Content.. Links.. Maps.. Fáilte Ireland.. http://www.. ireland.. travel.. ie/.. Údarás na Gaeltachta Regional Dev.. Agency.. udaras.. Waterford Tourism.. http://waterfordtourism.. org/.. Holiday Homes to rent in the West of Ireland.. irelandwestholidayhomes.. com/.. Irish Summer Colleges.. concos.. Argus - Leading Independent Car Rental Company..  ...   Dublin on the Web.. dublintourist.. Cork Kerry Tourism.. discoverireland.. ie/southwest.. aspx.. North West Tourism.. ie/northwest.. Saoire Fáilte Holidays.. real-ireland.. Aer Lingus.. aerlingus.. Bus Éireann.. buseireann.. Inis Mór Ferries.. arandirect.. Kerry Holidays.. kerryholidays.. East Coast & Midlands Tourism.. eastcoastmidlandsireland.. Ireland West Tourism.. ie/west.. South East Tourism.. ie/southeast..

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    Descriptive info: English.. Arranmore island.. Doochary, Cloghan and Fintown.. On to Fanad and Rosguill.. South West Donegal.. The Rosses, Gaoth Dobhair and Cloughaneely A World Apart.. Tory Island.. Visitor Attractions.. Golfing.. A Leisurely Walk.. Game Fishing.. Language Learning: or a great adventure.. Saddle Up.. Deep Sea Diving.. Sea Angling off the Donegal Coast.. TEST John.. Achill Island and the Corraun Peninsula.. Belmullet and the Mullet Peninsula.. From Beldeirg to Barnatra.. Gweesala and Doohoma.. Tourmakeady.. Golf.. Sea Angling.. Watersports.. Walking, Cycling and Equestrian.. Game Angling.. Aran - Inis Meáin.. Aran – Inis Mór.. Aran – Inis Oírr.. Cornamona, Tourmakeady and Joyce Country.. From Bearna to Indreabhán.. Scríb, Ros Muc, Carna and Caiseal.. Tully, Rossaveal, Carraroe and the Islands District.. Golfing in the Galway Gaeltacht.. Activity Holidays.. Walking and Cycling.. Horse Riding in the Galway Gaeltacht.. Language Learning.. Ballyferriter.. Caherdaniel and Derrynane.. Cloghane-Brandon.. Corca Dhuibhne.. Dingle.. Dún an Óir.. Lispole.. The Blasket Islands.. The Dingle Peninsula – the Corca Dhuibhne Gaeltacht.. The Iveragh Peninsula.. The Skelligs, Ballinskelligs and the Glen.. Ventry, Dunquin and the Blasket Islands.. Game Fishing and Sea Angling.. Horse Riding.. Walking.. Ballingeary.. Ballymakeera and Ballyvourney.. Fastnet Rock Warning Lights.. Gougane Barra.. The Island of Cape Clear.. A Leisurly Walk in the Cork Gaeltacht.. Birdwatchers Paradise.. Baile na nGall - Crystal Clear.. Getting Around Ring.. Old Parish (An  ...   Éadaigh.. Galf.. Slat Iascaireacht Farraige.. Caitheamh Aimsire ar Uisce.. Siúlóidí, Rothaíocht agus Eachrach.. Iascaireacht Locha agus Abhna.. Gaillimh.. An Tulach, Ros a`Mhíl, An Cheathrú Rua agus Ceantar na nOileán.. Árann – Inis Meáin.. Árann – Inis Mór.. Árann – Inis Oírr.. Corr na Móna, Tuar Mhic Éadaigh agus Dúthaigh Sheoighe.. Ó Bearna go hIndreabhán - Cois Fharraige.. Scríb, Ros Muc, Carna agus Caiseal.. Buail faoi ghalf… Galf i nGaeltacht na Gaillimhe.. Iascach Farraige.. Saoire Ghníomhaíochta.. Siúl agus Rothaíocht.. Iascaireacht Géime.. Marcaíocht Capall i nGaeltacht na Gaillimhe.. Gaeilge a Fhoghlaim.. Spórt ar Uisce.. Ciarraí.. An Clochán-Bhréanainn.. Daingean Uí Chúis.. An Sceilg, Baile an Sceilg agus An Gleann.. Baile an Fheirtéaraigh.. Cathair Dónall agus Doire Fhíonáin.. Fionn Trá, Dún Chaoin agus na Blascaoidí.. Gaeltacht Chorca Dhuibhne.. Lios Póil.. Na Blascaoidí.. Uíbh Ráthach.. Iascach Géime agus Iascach Farraige.. Marcaíocht Capall.. Siúlóidí.. Foghlaim Teanga.. Caitheamh aimsire ar uisce.. Corcaigh.. An Charraig Aonar Soilse Rabhaidh.. Baile Mhic Íre agus Baile Bhúirne.. Béal Átha an Ghaorthaidh.. Cléire.. Gugán Barra.. Spórt ar Muir.. Foghlaim na Gaeilge.. Siúlóidí i nGaeltacht Chorcaí.. Parthas do Éanadóirí.. Port Láirge.. Ag Gabháil Timpeall na Rinne.. An Sean Phobal.. Baile na nGall - Criostal na gCriostal.. Iascaireacht.. Seoltóireacht agus Spóirt Uisce.. An Mhí.. An Mhí Dúiche Dhiamhair Stairiúil.. Teamhair na Rí - Cnoc Ríoga.. Faoi Ghaelsaoire.. An Ghaeltacht.. Poibliú..

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    Descriptive info: Home irish.. Is é Údarás na Gaeltachta an áisíneacht áitiúil rialtais atá freagrach as forbairt eacnamaíochta, shóisialta, teanga agus cultúr na Gaeltachta in Éirinn.. Ar chósta an iarthair agus an iardheisceart is mó atá na ceantair Ghaeltachta.. Déanann an tÚdarás cúram dá phríomh iarracht ar chaomhnú agus forbairt na teanga trí straitéisí chun postanna agus maoin a chruthú agus trí raon fairsing de thionscnaimh pobal, ealaíne, teanga agus cultúir.. Tionscnamh straitéiseach a thosaigh an tÚdarás le forbairt agus cur chun cinn  ...   leith mar gheall ar an nGaeilge a bheith ina teanga pobail, mar gheall ar fhéiniúlacht na Gaeltachta de bhrí go bhfuil sainchultúr agus meon dúchais inti, sainiúlacht agus meon a léirítear sa cheol, san amhránaíocht agus sa rince, gan trácht in aon chor ar chuid de na radharcanna tíre is breátha in Éirinn.. Tá an tionscnamh seo á chur chun cinn trí feidhm éifeachtach a bhaint as an mbranda aitheantais 'GaelSaoire, Scíth sa Ghaeltacht'.. Baile.. Naisc.. Mapa an tSuímh.. Priontáil.. English Version..

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    Descriptive info: The colourful areas in Donegal's north west, south west and mountainous midlands form Ireland's largest Gaeltacht region and the second largest in population terms.. The Donegal Gaeltacht is a breathtaking land of great mountains and lake-filled valleys fringed by the unpolluted seas of the Atlantic.. Fronted by a craggy coastline necklaced with safe, quiet, sandy beaches, here lies a tranquil land rich in heritage and folklore, a land that contains a wealth of cultural strengths, a strong sense of its own identity and uniqueness.. The Donegal Gaeltacht is a vibrant and delightfully different experience, still retaining the culture of the Celt and the Gael.. But don't take our word for it, come and see for yourself.. Here, Irish is the everyday spoken language of the people who live and work in Donegal's cultural heartland.. A treasure house of all that is best in a rich Irish heritage  ...   parks and fish- filled lakes and rivers.. Scenery and secrets from Fanad to Fintown, from Gaoth Dobhair to Gleann Cholm Cille, from Dungloe (An Clochán Liath) to Downings (Na Dúnaibh), the Donegal Gaeltacht is full of scenery and secrets for you to discover.. Accommodation is excellent at every level.. Some of Ireland’s best holiday value is here in fine family hotels, guesthouses, holiday villages, caravan and camping parks, hostels and homes-to-let.. But the Donegal Gaeltacht is also an activity place - just pick and choose between ultra modern leisure centres, deep-sea and fresh water fishing, adventure parks, horse riding, mountain climbing, walking, cycling, touring or golf galore and end the day in a Donegal singing pub or quiet lounge.. It’s all here for you to enjoy.. And now, Donegal Airport, with a daily schedule to and from Dublin, brings you right to the heart of this Gaeltacht holidayland..

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    Descriptive info: Arranmore island, with a population of around 600 people, is located some 4kms off the mainland.. The island has some spectacular cliff scenery, sandy beaches and pubs.. Transport to and from the island.. Move north along this craggy Atlantic coastline to Gaoth Beara (Gweebarra) Bay, and to the village of An Dúchoraidh (Doochary), a trout and salmon angler’s paradise.. Take in the fishful Loch Finne in.. Travel on to the most northerly part of the Donegal Gaeltacht and explore the exciting Rosguill Peninsula.. The Peninsula, which projects out into the Atlantic between Sheephaven  ...   land and seascapes.. On a panoramic peninsula, west of Donegal Town, lie the three parishes of Ard a’ Rát.. The Rosses, Gaoth Dobhair and Cloughaneely.. A World Apart.. And now the rugged Rosses and Gaoth Dobhair beckon.. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty, of purple heather covered mountains; lake filled valleys and a coastline blessed with countless sandy.. Tory Island (Toraigh) lies 10 miles out in the Atlantic.. The island’s remoteness has been a factor in the preservation of the native Irish language, traditions, songs, dances and way of life.. Tory has..

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    Descriptive info: Discover Ireland.. ie/Accommodation.. Special Offers.. ie/Special-Offers..

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    Descriptive info: Festivals.. ie/Festival-Highlights-2010.. Things to see and do.. ie/Things-to-See-and-Do..

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    Descriptive info: Language Learning:.. or a great adventure.. In the Gaeltacht areas of Donegal, Irish courses of the highest standard are available to people of all ages, irrespective of their knowledge of the Irish language.. Students in the 10 - 19 age bracket can attend the Irish Summer Colleges.. There are also day and evening courses available for the more mature students.. Bain triail as cúpla focal! (Try a few words).. Visitor Attractions:.. While visiting the Donegal Gaeltacht, take time out to enjoy some of the many attractions this spectacular area has to offer.. Take a boat trip on a lake, go pony trekking, visit a historic castle, museum, heritage centre or art gallery, or perhaps step back in time to experience a trip on an old style railway.. Young or old, there is something here for you!.. Tee up and drive.. The Donegal Gaeltacht offers a holiday which combines the excitement of truly magnificent golf with some of the most beautiful and unspoiled scenery in Europe.. The golfer will marvel at the spontaneous warm welcome at each of Donegal’s courses.. The magnificent links courses along the Atlantic seaboard exploit the spectacular coastal scenery and beaches to the full and provide some of the most exhilarating golf in the world.. A leisurely walk.. No visit to this area would be complete without walking or climbing some outstanding mountains.. The routes are generally uncrowded, but it is still a pleasure to meet and chat with other walkers along the way.. Most routes are designed so that any reasonably fit person can walk them.. However, this does not stop them winding through spectacular mountain scenery, magnificent glens and valleys.. County Donegal is one of the few remaining unspoilt angling havens in Europe and is relatively unaffected by  ...   Gaeltacht.. Deep Sea Diving.. The Donegal Gaeltacht is a must for all divers.. The Donegal coastline is awash with the most beautiful and spectacular dive sites.. Divers of all grades will find a dive to suit them, no matter whether they want boat or shore diving.. The more experienced diver will be able to tackle most of the many wrecks which lie around the Donegal coastline, especially in the northwest region, but there are plenty of dive sites for those with less experience also.. The most popular dive sites tend to be near easy launching points.. Depending on the quality of boat used, there are offshore sites, which can be reached in calm weather conditions, such as Tory, Inishbofin and Arranmore Islands.. These can also be reached by a regular ferry, but usually only in clement weather.. The more popular, and practical sites near places such as Teelin and Malinbeg in South West Donegal, Burtonport and Aranmore, off the west of the county, along with Downings and Malin Head in the North, would give any keen diver more than enough choice for a week or two.. The North Atlantic Drift, with its warming influence on our coastlines, brings an abundance of species within easy reach of the Sea Angler and provides angling opportunities throughout the year.. This coastline is a haven for fishermen, with idyllic beaches and ready access to angling facilities.. The three main areas that lie adjacent to the Gaeltacht area are Donegal Bay (Mullaghmore to Rathlin O`Birne), West Donegal (Malin Bay to Bloody Foreland) and North West Donegal (Bloody Foreland to Fanad Head).. These areas hold phenomenal stocks of varied cold water species and during the summer warmer water species such as blue shark and tope and others visit our shores..

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    Descriptive info: By road to the Donegal Gaeltacht take the N2 from Dublin, the M2 from Belfast, the N17 from Galway and the N15 from Sligo.. There are also a wide range of both public and private luxury coach services available to the Donegal Gaeltacht.. John McGinley Coaches: Dublin-Donegal-Dublin.. John McGinley Coaches operate a twice daily service from Dublin City Centre to the Donegal Gaeltacht.. They also operate Glasgow-Donegal-Glasgow daily for July and August and 4 times a week at other times.. Tel: +353 (0)74 9135201.. McGeehan Coaches: Dublin-Donegal-Dublin.. McGeehan coaches operate a twice daily service from Dublin City Centre direct to the Donegal  ...   and from Belfast via Derry, onward travel connections to ferry terminals, seacat and airports etc.. +353 (0)74 9531107.. Galway-Donegal-Galway.. Busanna Feda operate a twice daily service from Donegal Gaeltacht to Galway.. Other services also include Donegal-Glasgow-Donegal and Donegal-Belfast Airport-Donegal.. Tel: +353 (0)74 9548114,.. Glasgow +353 (0)141 6375673.. Email: busfeda@eircom.. net; Website: http://www.. fedaodonnell.. com.. Donegal-Glasgow-Donegal.. Service from Donegal Gaeltacht to Glasgow.. (a) Feda O’Donnell, Busanna Feda, Details above.. (b) Collins Coaches An Fál Carrach.. Tel: + 353(0)74 9135412/9165158, + 353(0)87 2236926 nó+ 44(0)141 6478214/6386419.. (c) Anthony Doherty Coaches, An Clochán Liath.. Email: enquiries@dohertycoaches.. Tel: +353(0)74 9521105, Fax: +353(0)74 9521867.. Website: www.. dohertyscoaches..

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    Descriptive info: From the Mullet Peninsula, a craggy finger of land in the Atlantic Ocean, along a spectacular seaboard from the prehistoric Céide Fields to Gaoth Sáile (Geesala) and inland to the great expanse of Erris before turning southwards to Oileán Acla (Achill Island), this is the magnificent Mayo Gaeltacht.. Inland, on the shores of Lough Mask and nestling under the Partry Mountains in the south of the county is the lovely Gaeltacht village of Tuar Mhic Éadaigh (Tourmakeady).. The wild and wonderful Mayo Gaeltacht offers a wide variety of land and seascapes together with a unique cultural heritage.. Here, the Irish Language (Gaeilge) is the spoken language of a people who have experienced much since the first farmers settled in Beldeirg before the pyramids were built! People here switch from Irish to English and vice versa with ease.. The Mayo Gaeltacht is a region which deserves to be explored.. In the North, the Barony of Erris is one of  ...   still retains that unique sense of self-sustainability.. Achill is famous for it’s music, its scenery, its beaches and its warm and friendly hospitality.. Whether it is learning the Irish language, deciphering the mystic legends of the land or studying its varied unique environment the Mayo Gaeltacht has something to suit you.. In Erris, dolmens, prehistoric ritual graves, standing stones, monasteries, abbeys and castles bear testimony to a rich heritage.. The most historic sites include the Céide Fields, Belderig Prehistoric Farm, and Glosh Tower.. Learn about the local folklore of the Barony of Erris including the legend of Clann Lir by visiting Ionad Deirbhle Visitor Centre in Eachleim or The Seanscoil in Ceathrú Thaigdhe.. A historical site in Achill is ‘The Mission’ or ‘The Colony’ at Dugort which was a proselytising mission encouraging conversion to Protestism.. The 80 ruined houses in the Deserted Village at Dugort are a testimony to hard times and poverty on Achill in times past..

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