Narosa Surfschool hold surfing lessons at Falcarragh Beach several days a week, call +353 86 8831090 to book or visit their website here
Surf is best around mid to high tide with S/SW winds and NE swell. Also when W swells are from 5-10ft, Falcarragh is a good option. www.adventures.ie
Rapid Kayaking have been in operation since 2008 and have substantial paddling experience along the Donegal coastline. The team are fully insured, updated and affiliated to their relevant governing bodies Canoeing Ireland and The Canoe Association of Northern Ireland. Usually everyone meets at the trip venue or if the trip is in a more remote location, an easy to find meeting place close to where the trip is taking place. Most of their short 2 hour family/beginner trips are run from the Boatstrand, Carrickfinn or a venue not far from the airport at Carrickfinn. More Info
Magheroarty Beach is just one of many fantastic beaches on the west coast. It is a big, horse-shoe shaped beach with Ireland’s biggest sand dune at the very end. The main beach boasts a superb reef break at the top end of the beach, just upwind of the pier. This reef is suitable for windsurfing or surfing, and in both cases you can launch right off the end of the pier!
On the main beach good waves are almost guaranteed, and the further you go down the beach generally, the bigger the waves get. Read more at http://boards.co.uk/
Peter Hart is one of the best known windsurfers in the world. He is a former British champion and the leading authority on technique. There is barely a windsurfer in the world who has not been helped by one of his four books, thirty instructional DVDs or his monthly articles in WINDSURF magazine. He runs a worldwide teaching tour taking in such exotic locations as Brazil, Mauritius, the Red Sea and Donegal! When he comes to Donegal to run his courses, Óstán Loch Altan is where he chooses to stay. This is what he has to say about the hotel and the area. Read More on Ostan Loch Altan