Tír Chonaill is a huge county, proudly independent with lots of attitude, despite being isolated from the rest of Ireland geographically.
It’s a county of extremes: a land of unspoilt landscapes where majestic peaks and sweeping beaches bask in glorious sunshine, and little restaurants serve amazing food.
The greatest thing about Donegal is that because it’s a little challenging to get to, it’s uncrowded and welcoming. With over a third of the county in Gaeltacht areas you are also as likely to hear a céad míle fáilte as a welcome.
NB don’t miss the extra list of Hidden Gems at the end of this article. It’s where the good stuff happens!
Here are our Top 10 Things to Do in Donegal.
1. Visit Ireland’s Highest Sea Cliffs
The Cliffs of Moher may get more publicity, but the cliffs of Slieve League are higher. In fact, these spectacular sea cliffs are among the highest in Europe, plunging some 600m to the sea. In fact, are nearly three times the height of their County Clare sisters, the Cliffs of Moher.
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