Watersports, Fishing & Diving
Surfing The Wild Atlantic Way
Thanks to the boom in cold water surfing, recent years have seen an increase in surfers, body-boarders and canoe surfers at Pollan Strand. Facing the Atlantic head on, there are big waves most of the year. Pollan Beach is one of the three beaches for surf dudes in the Inishowen Peninsula Here is a link to our Ballyliffin Beach Surf Cam; http://bit.ly/Ak6L5l To book your surf lesson with Daniel please see inishowensurfschool.com for further details.
Kayaking & Canoeing The Wild Atlantic Way
Kayaking & Canoeing. Whether it’s a relaxed easy going river excursion, or an exhilarating voyage on the big blue in a sea kayak, or tossing and bouncing rides on a white-water river, Inishowen is perfect if your idea of fun is travelling by paddle power. And depending on conditions, sea kayaking and canoeing is a great activity for all the family. For more info please see http://visitinishowen.com/guide/
There is no question that Inishowen, with its spectacular coastline, contains some of the greatest sea angling in Europe. Join a group of friends out on the open waters to see who will land the big one, you’ll be hooked and want to come back for more. Deep sea angling is renowned for its quality and variety especially shark and blue fin tuna. For more info please see http://visitinishowen.com/guide/
Diving – Wreck Diving & Scuba Diving: Malin Head Shipwrecks
There are more Ocean Liners and German U-boats sunk off Malin Head than anywhere else in the World and the majority of them were casualties of WW1 & WW2 . http://www.malinheadwrecks.com/