STAND ATOP HIGH CLIFFS AND ADMIRE THE SWEEPING VIEWS
On the westernmost peninsula of County Donegal, you’ll find some of the most impressive cliffs of the west Irish coast, called Slieve League.
Also known as Sliabh Liag, they are said to be the highest marine cliffs in Europe.
The cliff face at Bunglas Point rises 600 metres (nearly 2,000 feet) above the ocean. This viewpoint gives visitors who make the hike sweeping views over the coast, Donegal Bay below, the Sligo Mountains, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Not only do the cliffs have unrivalled views but they have also been a place of sacred pilgrimage for Christians for over a thousand years, and hence very important in the Irish cultural heritage.
If you want to learn more about the region, and the cultural importance of the cliffs, make sure to pass by the award-winning Sliabh Liag Visitor Centre.View North West Ireland