Published Saturday, 07 July 2012
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Over 50 lodges took part in the march which comes ahead of the 12 July celebrations.
Orangemen from counties Monaghan and Cavan joined members from across Northern Ireland in the event, as well as visitors from around the world.
The 1.5 mile route was also covered by around 50 bands.
Big crowds flocked to the seaside resort to watch what will be the only march to take place in the Republic of Ireland to mark the Twelfth.
Grand Master Edward Stevenson told UTV it has always been an "excellent" parade.
He continued: "We have had good relationships over the years with local folks.
"There has never been any problems the last 35 years we have been parading on a year after year basis and nowhere could you go for a more idyllic setting for a 12th July demonstration, you have the Donegal Hills on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other."