Roguey Walk, Fairy Bridges & West End Cliff Walk are walkways situated on the coast of Bundoran on the Wild Atlantic Way. Tullan Strand, at the start of the Roguey Walk, is Bundoran’s Discovery Point on the Wild Atlantic Way – the longest coastal driving route in the world which stretches 2,500km from Malin Head in north Donegal to Old Kinsale Head in County Cork. Along Roguey Walk you will find the Fairy Bridges. Due to the peculiar rock formations in the area, a series of natural “blow” or “puffing” holes exist (and still do to this day) which causes the sea water, when tidal conditions dictate, to crash through and blow water upwards. It is believed that as far back as the 1700s locals thought these to be haunted by the fairies with the result of the name “The Fairy Bridges”. The Cliff Walk as you would suspect from its very name is a walk along the cliff top and seashore of Bundoran’s West End. The walk then follows a pathway along the cliff top. The bathing pool which is still used by some hardy swimmers is a unique shoreline feature.
Within Walking Distance from our Hotel