Creevy Coastal Walk
Creevy Shore Walk, a purpose built coastal footpath 10 miles in length running from Rossnowlagh through Creevy to the mouth of the Erne Estuary in Ballyshannon. It is situated 1km from The Wild Atlantic Way which is a 2,500km route from Malin Head, Co Donegal to Kinsale, Co Cork.
The Cliff Walk
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. Starting out from the Tourist Information Office (See map) the route takes you westwards over the River Bradog and into the West End. At Bayview Avenue you can enjoy fine views of the Peak, Bundoran’s favourite haunt for surfers and across Donegal Bay. Continue on into the heart of the West End and you will pass the Boat Quay. This is the location of the Bundoran Lifeboat which provides a very valuable rescue service to locals and visitors alike in and around Donegal Bay. The Cliff Walk is signposted off the main road down to your right. 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.
All along this section of the walk you can enjoy fine views of both Bundoran and across the expanse of Donegal Bay. On a clear day you can clearly see the imposing sea cliffs of Sliabh League which are located across the bay and close to the small village of Carrick. At a height of 600 metres these cliffs are reputed to be the highest sea cliffs in Europe. At the end of this cliff top section the walk turns back towards the town and the main road. Join the pathway and head eastwards passing through the West End back towards the Tourist Information Office and the conclusion of the walk.