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Discover MalinWaters, the perfect marine activity break destination

Get ready for a coastal adventure with a difference when you visit a MalinWaters region.  MalinWaters covers three rugged and unspoilt sea and coastal areas including Donegal, Northern Ireland and Western Scotland. Each region boasts fantastic opportunities for sailing, surfing, diving, kayaking as well as other water based activities. Many areas are largely undiscovered and off the beaten track. MalinWaters is the perfect destination for those who want to reenergise and revive themselves with a marine activity break in amazingly scenic locations.

Wild Atlantic Waters

The MalinWaters region of County Donegal is one of Ireland’s largest counties and is also famous for its stunning coastline now part of the Wild Atlantic Way touring route. Visit Sliabh Liag and you will be astounded by the views, explore Malin Head where the scenery is breathtaking or take in the fresh air at Fanad. Throughout Donegal you will find a range of water sports, marine activities and maritime visitor attractions.

The Perfect Coastal B&B

Dotted all along the Donegal coast you will find a variety of Bed and Breakfasts, many of which are categorised as ‘Adventure Seekers B&Bs’ which means that they offer specialist facilities to suit the needs of activity break enthusiasts. If you need a place to store your surf board, a drying room to get your wet gear ready for the next day’s adventure or simply a hearty breakfast to set you up for a day at sea, then a B&B Ireland Bed and Breakfast is the perfect choice when visiting the MalinWaters region in Ireland.

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The emergence of the MalinWaters brand in 2010 was a major milestone in the development and implementation of the EU INTERREG funded Sail West project.  MalinWaters covers the shared maritime waters of North West Ireland including counties Donegal & Sligo, the maritime counties of Northern Ireland and Western Scotland. Visit www.malinwaters.com for more information.

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Posted: 03 Apr 2014 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Activity Breaks, Donegal, Wild Atlantic Way

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