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From Stranorlar, Belfast is about 75 miles east, and Dublin is around 120 miles southeast.
Magheramason has a few decent tourist hotspots. It's only 18 miles northeast of Stranorlar. Start off at Tower Museum or Derry City Walls. Also consider adding Museum of Free Derry and Bloody Sunday Memorial to your agenda.
Pack a picnic lunch and your favorite book and spend a little downtime by the seaside. Kinnagoe Bay Beach, 45 miles to the northeast, and Portsalon Beach, 30 miles to the north, are worth checking out.
Put on a comfortable pair of shoes and discover the magic at Gortin Glen Forest Park, located 20 miles from Stranorlar. Another option is Seat of Power Visitor Centre, which is 11 miles away.
Don't forget to spend a few hours at Drumboe Woods or Drumboe Castle.
Raphoe Castle and Beltany Stone Circle in Killygordon are worth experiencing. This nearby destination is 3 miles from Stranorlar. An alternative is Ballybofey. It's 4 miles away from Stranorlar, and is home to Glenmore Estate and Isaac Butt Heritage Centre.
Approximately 7 miles to the east of Stranorlar is Castlefinn, a regional hotspot where you'll find Hill Valley Golf Centre, Cavanacor Gallery and Ros Ban Garden. The Alley Theatre and Oakfield Park are also great if you're still looking for more.
Treat your taste buds in the region's restaurants and bars.
Start off your culinary experience by tasting the wide variety of local ingredients, such as mutton and pork.
Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) are a couple of sought-after menu items with their own special flavors.
If you've got a craving for a delectable dessert, sweet seedcake loaf is highly recommended.
If beer is what you're looking for, head on down to the closest watering hole and ask the barman to pour you the region's best. If they know what they're doing, you'll be served up a pint of Murphy’s Irish Stout.
If you find yourself in need of a non-alcoholic drink, a nice option is Club Orange (similar to Fanta).
You should be pleased to learn that the 17th of March is Saint Patrick's Day, a day of celebration throughout the nation.
The world is full of places of breathtaking beauty. As you pack up your suitcase and make your way home, don't forget how lucky you are to have visited one of the best.
If you're leaving by plane, know that the nearest airport is roughly 30 miles to the northwest.
Visitors coming to Stranorlar are recommended to secure accommodations in advance, as currently there aren't many Stranorlar hotels to choose from.