Main Beach Bundoran Awarded Blue Flag for 2022 Bathing Season

Main Beach Bundoran Awarded Blue Flag for 2022 Bathing Season

Bundoran’s Main Beach has been awarded one of the country’s 95 Blue Flags which will fly over beaches and marinas across Ireland for the summer bathing season. In a ceremony today (Friday 20th May) at Curracloe Beach in County Wexford, the flags were presented to each recipient county by Malcolm Noonan TD, Minister of State…

Bundoran: Home to the biggest and cleanest of waves

Bundoran: Home to the biggest and cleanest of waves

Surfers catch the waves and sea swimmers brave the elements in Bundoran’s clear waters with confidence since the town’s new wastewater treatment plant was opened in 2018. From his office window, Shane Smyth of Discover Bundoran can see visitors and locals alike enjoying the world-renowned waters. “Since the wastewater treatment plant opened, we have confidence…

Fairy Bridges wins 2020 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award

Fairy Bridges wins 2020 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award

Fairy Bridges wins 2020 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award Bundoran’s Fairy Bridges has been recognised among the best tourist attractions in the world, based on outstanding 2019 traveller reviews through the popular travel website. Based on a full year of Tripadvisor reviews, prior to any changes caused by the pandemic, award winners are known for consistently…

Safety first for Discover Bundoran Tourist Office

Safety first for Discover Bundoran Tourist Office

The Discover Bundoran Tourist Office has been awarded the Failte Ireland Covid Safety Charter which means that all staff there have undertaken requisite COVID-19 safety & hygiene control training. The charter, is a government endorsed initiative designed to reinforce confidence in visitors to tourism businesses across the country. By signing up to the charter, all…

Failte Ireland Destination Town – Bundoran is full steam ahead

Failte Ireland Destination Town – Bundoran is full steam ahead

The Bundoran Town Team is forging ahead with its plans as part of Failte Ireland’s Destination Town initiative, despite the current situation and significant disruption it is causing worldwide. Just before Christmas 2019, the town received word that it had been selected as the national tourism development authority’s destination town for county Donegal and would…

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