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Highlights in County Donegal
- Mountainous landscapes
- Beaches with crystal clear waters
- Stunning cliffs
- Shocking natural phenomena
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Looking for a remote and rural holiday destination? County Donegal is the perfect place to head to! You'll find cosy cottages in the most remote locations away from anything that might disturb you, where you'll only hear the sound of ocean waves and sheep, as well as having the unique opportunity to wake up to wild landscapes that look like something out of the Lord of the Rings!Gorgeous renovated cabins with gardens
During your stay you can relax in beautiful, fully renovated cabins that have all the comforts to make your holiday the best ever. You'll find fully equipped kitchens, rooms with skylights for gazing at the night sky, comfortable sofas to sit by the fireplace and lovely gardens overlooking the fields. Best of all, most properties are pet-friendly, so you can bring your dog along for the adventure!
Travellers and activities
Surrounded by the Derryveagh Mountains, Glenveagh National Park is an ideal place to visit if you enjoy fresh air, wildlife and flora. Glenveagh is one of Ireland's six national parks and covers some 16,000 hectares where you can explore trails, rivers, freshwater lakes, forests and encounter a variety of animals including red deer, Irish hares, bats, foxes, badgers and adorable otters. You can also stroll through the beautiful gardens of Glenveagh Castle, a fortress hidden in the mountains that is impossible to miss on your visit. However, if you prefer to venture into the wilderness of Ireland's west coast, one of the highlights is the Wild Atlantic Way on the Slieve League peninsula. It's the world's longest coastal touring route and a place teeming with natural beauty that offers towering cliffs, verdant fields, hidden beaches and rugged coastlines with arctic flowers. Plus otherworldly landscapes that were part of the famous Star Wars: The Last Jedi.County Donegal for families
Located in Letterkenny, in the north of Ireland, Tropical World is the perfect destination for a fun and rewarding family day out. The whole family can live an unforgettable experience with hundreds of tropical butterflies in the Butterfly Garden where they will be amazed by the vibrant colours and different sizes of these beautiful insects. Besides, kids will learn about the flowers they feed on and the butterfly life cycle. On the other hand, the mini Zoo gives the opportunity to see exotic animals such as lemurs, monkeys, foxes, wallabies, parrots and owls. You can also go back in time in the Jurassic world and see the incredible collection of spiders, beetles and insects that live in Bug World. The park also features a picnic area and covered playgrounds to guarantee fun in all weather conditions.
South Donegal is home to the highest sea cliffs in Europe, the Sliabh Liag Cliffs, at 609 meters high.
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Located in the Gaeltacht region, the Sliabh Liag sea cliff is an iconic landmark of County Donegal and a must-see during your vacation. The cliffs rise more than 600 meters above the ocean and boast a unique natural biodiversity that you must experience for yourself. During your visit, walk the short route from the cliff to the viewpoint, pass by the lake and sheep and then enjoy a canvas created by Mother Nature where you will see the Atlantic Ocean, the Sligo Mountains and Donegal Bay. Sliabh Liag is a paradise for all hikers where you can find several trails for different levels of ability and physical condition.2. Watch The Northern Lights on the Inishowen Peninsula
During your vacation in County Donegal head to the northernmost point of Ireland, the Inishowen Peninsula. This remote and unspoiled place is known for its dark skies and lack of light pollution which makes it possible to see a unique natural phenomenon! The Northern Lights. Observers recommend that in order to see this spectacle with waves of color, you should only wait and see if the skies are clear to the north. Find a place to wait outdoors, light a fire and wait a little after 11 p.m. to see the sky light up with pink, green and blue.3. Visit Portsalon Beach
Donegal boasts the largest number of world-class blue flag beaches, but Portsalon Beach is certainly one of the top ones you should visit on your vacation. It is located on the Fanad Peninsula in the north of County Donegal and has a mile of long golden sand with stunning views of the Inishowen Peninsula. It is a dream come true that will make you feel relaxed with its sunsets and blue flag waters.4. Climbs to the top of Fanad Lighthouse
A visit to the Fanad Lighthouse is another great way to appreciate Ireland's scenery. Although a very short visit, it's well worth the drive to North Donegal to see one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. Along the way, see the mouth of Lough Swilly and get up close to the Fanad Head treasure exhibition, then climb the 76 steep steps to the top of the majestic building and marvel at the beautiful views across the estuary to the Inishowen Peninsula.5. Take a walk to the Glenevin Waterfall
Glenevin Waterfall is one of the most famous and beautiful natural attractions on the Inishowen Peninsula! To reach it, you will need to take a short walk through the Glenevin Valley where you will find several picnic areas and viewpoints with unrivalled views. It's an easy flat walk for all ages, ending at the 12 metre waterfall near the village of Clonmany.6. Enjoy a meal at Kealys Seafood Bar
Before heading to Glenevin Waterfall, enjoy a meal at Kealys Seafood Bar, located in Greencastle on the north of the Inishowen Peninsula. The bistro offers a relaxed atmosphere, sea views and fresh seafood that mixes the local and global cuisine creating different flavours and seasonally changing menus that include oysters, mussels, pork chop, sauces, bread and vegetarian options such as risotto.7. Discover Malin Head
Famous for its scenic beauty and spectacular beaches, Malin Head is a must on your list of places to visit. Take in the sand dunes as you approach Malin Head, enjoy a stroll along the coastline to Banba's Crown. From there, you can see the island of Inishtrahull and the Scottish Hills. Then walk to Hell's Hole and take in the panoramic views.