With its sandy beaches, unspoilt boglands and friendly communities Co.Donegal is a favoured destination for many travellers, Irish and foreign alike.
One of the county treasures is Glenveagh National Park. The park is a 14,000 hectare nature reserve with spectacular scenery of mountains, raised boglands, lakes and woodlands.
Another popular location for visitors are the Slieve League (Grey Mountain) cliffs, situated on the South West corner of Donegal. The cliffs are said to be the highest and one of the finest marine cliffs in Europe with a three hundred metre drop straight down into the wild, Atlantic waves below.
Donegal is well served for entertainment and eating out as well as many outdoor activities. There is so much to do and see you will need to come back again, as many do on a regular basis.