DISCOVER A LITTLE CORNER OF PARADISE AT THIS NATIONAL PARK
Located in the heart of County Donegal, the Glenveagh National Park is a nature haven. From woodlands to tranquil lakes, with rugged mountains and roaring waterfalls, you’ll be in awe at this enchanting landscape.
Glenveagh is a designated special area of conservation protected under EU and Irish Law. That is because it features a range of wildlife habitats and local creatures, including golden eagles.
The park is also home to the largest herd of red deer in Ireland.
Nature lovers will be in their element here. You can explore the park at any pace, slow or fast, on foot or by bike. You can even go on longer hikes or try your hand at fishing.
At the centre of the park, you’ll find the Glenveagh Castle, built in the 19th century as a hunting lodge. Upon your arrival, you can book a castle guided tour.
You can also take time to roam the surrounding gardens, inspired and modelled on other Victorian highland retreats.View North West Ireland