Glenveagh National Park
Glenveagh National Park a remote and hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains, pristine lakes, tumbling waterfalls and enchanted native oak woodland in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains in the north west of County Donegal.
At the centre of the Park on the edge of Lough Veagh is Glenveagh Castle, a late 19th century castellated mansion, built as a hunting lodge. Glenveagh National Park is one of 6 in Ireland and the second largest. For opening times and prices please click here. (Approx 38KM From Dungloe)
Slieve League Cliffs
Slieve League Cliffs (or Sliabh Liag in Gaelic), situated on the south west coast of County Donegal, are said to be the one of the highest and finest marine cliffs in Europe. To fully enjoy the spectacle of Sliabh League it is best to leave your car at the car park and walk the few miles to the cliffs so as not to miss the exciting scenery of the area. (Approx 56Km from Dungloe)
With a coastline of 1235 km/772 miles, County Donegal is blessed with many beautiful sandy beaches, twelve of which are Blue Flag Beaches.
To be given Blue Flag status a beach must have a high standard in water quality, enivornmental management, environmental education and information, and safety and services.
Dungloe is surrounded by many beautiful beaches the road signs indicating a beach will have the word "Tra" which is the Irish for beach.
We are delighted to advise the stunning surrounds at Carrickfinn have just become more accessable following the launch of a new beach wheelchair.
The Fintown Railway is the only operational railway in Co. Donegal. This unique journey is a three mile return trip right along the shores of Loch Finn.
For further details visit antraen.com (Approx 21KM from Dungloe)
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