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Explore the Rugged Beauty of Donegal, Ireland

Sonali Pimpale Nov 30, 2019
A paradisaic county that exudes overwhelming natural beauty as far as the eye can see! It is no wonder that the heavenly place topped National Geographic’s ‘The Cool List’ for 2017!

Slieve League (Sliabh Liag) Cliffs

Counted amongst the highest cliffs in Europe, the formidable precipice offers unbelievable views of the windswept Atlantic Ocean.

Malin Head

The hauntingly beautiful landscape that featured in the iconic Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie, is Ireland’s northernmost tip.

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Glenveagh National Park

More than 16,000 hectares of enchanting natural beauty, and countless walking trails to lose yourself into.

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Glenveagh Castle

A popular place to visit with an interesting history, the grandiose, 19th-century castellated mansion is smacked in the middle of the national park!

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Tory Island

A breathtaking, remote island that is the embodiment of Irish culture and folklore. To stay connected to the roots of the past, the locals follow a curious tradition of electing a “King” to reign over them.

Mount Errigal

A part of the “Seven Sisters” mountain chain, the peak of this majestic mountain stands as the tallest in both the Derryveagh Mountains and Donegal county.

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With an armada of ethereal beaches including Carrickfinn, Ballymastocker Bay and Portsalon, it is easy to see why National Geographic conferred such honor on Donegal.

Lough Eske

A serene lake whose beauty will bring peace of mind to its visitors.

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A devastatingly gorgeous peninsula on the North coast of Donegal, adorned with a beautiful lighthouse.

Fort Dunree

Possibly the most beautiful site for coastal defense fortification in the world!