Day: April 13, 2019

Why Donegal?

Donegal (Dun Na Ngall) fort of the foreigner , or (Tir Conall) land of Conall is rich in beauty, culture and tradition. Donegal has over 1100 kilometres of coastline, the largest in Ireland, hosting picturesque harbours, lofty hills and mountains, winding Trout and Salmon filled rivers, spectacular scenic walks, golden sandy beaches, and thriving wildlife …

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Sliabh Liag

Sliabh Liag is the most visited scenic location in the Northern half of the Wild Atlantic Way. Anglicised to Slieve League, Sliabh; Gaelige for “mountain” and Liag; coming from Leac; the Irish word for “flag” hence the Mountain of Flags. Indeed the visitor with a keen eye will notice that this towering giant bears the …

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