7 km west of Killybegs, lies the stunningly beautiful Muckross Head, a nirvana for rock face climbers. 12 routes of ascent have been mapped out, all having exotic names like “Tandoori Chicken”, “The Cabbage” “Morning glory”. Not for the faint hearted but definitely designed by Nature for the thrill seeker. Muckross Head is surrounded by 2 beaches, the westerly one ideal for surfing and the easterly one great for swimming.
Commonly referred to as Slieve League, this mountain has some of the highest sea cliffs in Ireland (three times higher than the Cliffs of Moher, in fact). At 596 metres high, this is a must for walkers and hikers.
Cycle at ease along the stunning Donegal coast. Take in the awe-inspiring views of cliffs, bays, headlands and beaches. Allow our top of the range e-bikes to take you easily up every hill. Visit Europe's highest sea cliffs at Sliabh Liag. See the Silver Strand — one of the world's most beautiful beaches. Explore the ancient graves, monuments and standing stones of the Glencolmcille Valley. The pace you cycle at is up to you, but to get the most from your experience it is best to allow at least 4 hours.
Located at the famous Donegal Carpets building, the Killybegs Maritime & Heritage Centre contains the largest hand-knotted loom in the world, as well as an extensive collection of paintings, photographs and other artifacts.
Park your car at Largy viewpoint to spot dolphins and wild geese, or look across to the four counties of Donegal, Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim. Largy Viewpoint offers photographers the ideal photo opportunity.
Port is located 15km from Glencolmcille on a side road to Ardara. It is renowned globally for its haunting beauty. Believed to have been abandoned during the potato famine, it became home to Dylan Thomas in his bid to find seclusion from the temptation of alcohol. A must for your bucket list!
Daily full and half-day trips, including angling charters and sight-seeing excursions across Donegal bay and the spectacular cliffs of Sliabh Liag. Angling charters are available for cod, pollack, blue shark, bluefin tuna and more.