AnglingThe Tullaghobegley River is a two minute walk from this Falcarragh B&B and here we find the beautiful Waterfall (in Irish Easa) after which Lios an Easa B&B is named. The river has grilse and trout.
Sea Angling The Carmel Olivia, Sea Angling Boat, is equipped with all navigation, fish finding and safety equipment and available for hire from Magheraroarty Pier, only 4 miles from Lios An Easa, Falcarragh B&B.
GolfFalcarragh: Situated just ten minutes walk from Lios an Easa B&B this undulating parkland 9-hole golf course is set in the old Ballyconnell estate near to the sea. Golfing visitors are more than welcome.
Dunfanaghy Golf Club: This is an 18-hole links course and offers year-round golfing due to it being sand based and free draining. The course is easily walked and offers the golfing visitor an exceptional scenic experience both seascape and landscape with the beaches and headlands of Sheephaven Bay and Horn Head and the majestic Muckish and Derryveagh Mountains.
Horse RidingDunfanaghy Stables www.dunfanaghystables.com This is an excellent facility for all the family, for riders both novice and experienced and situated only ten minutes drive from Lios An Easa B&B.
WalkingSome of the hills, moorland and coastal paths around Falcarragh form part of the Ulster Way and there are numerous other walks, both leisurely and strenuous amongst the most magnificent of scenery. There are two annual organised walks; the Tullaghobegley graveyard walk traditionally takes place the first Sunday in May and retraces the historic funeral route from Gweedore to Tullaghobegley Graveyard, a distance of around 18 kilometres over some testing hilly terrain.
On the first weekend in August, as part of the Dunlewey Festival there are three organised walks becoming more arduous by the day: on Saturday there is a leisurely stroll through the grounds of the Dunlewey estate followed by tea and traditional music in the estate house; on Sunday there is a walk to Loch Altan from Dunlewey followed by a barbecue at the old ruined house on the edge of the water; and finally, on Monday there is a fairly strenuous exercise - a trek of about 15 kilometres - from Glenveagh Castle over the Poisoned Glen to Dunlewey.