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Bundoran, from the Irish meaning “the foot of the little water”, is a popular seaside resort town in south County Donegal.

William Cole, Viscount Enniskillen, built Bundoran Lodge, his summer home, in 1777. The building still stands on Bayview Avenue and is now called Homefield House.

In 2012, Bundoran was named in the World’s top 20 surfing resorts by National Geographic, with its beautiful family-friendly beaches.

Bundoran is a great base off for cyclists taking on the 326km North West Cycle Trail, which weaves its way through counties Donegal, Sligo, Fermanagh, Tyrone and Leitrim.

The Sea Sessions music festival in June attracts top Irish and international bands.

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