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Top spots to visit in and around Donegal
Donegal County was once generously speckled with clan castles, and ruins of many of them are still around today. Take a trip to picturesque Inch Island to see the remains of Inch Castle, or opt for a better-preserved structure at Glenveagh National Park. The castle at the park has only been open to the public for the last 20 years and the grounds come steeped in history. If you want to match your love of the past with hiking, pick one of the options at Donegal Heritage Trails for a local guide to show you the most fascinating spots.
One of the best reasons for an Ireland car hire here is the Wild Atlantic Way, a 2500 kilometre route that starts with Donegal County in the north and follows the coast all the way to the south. Even if you only complete the sections in Northern Ireland, you’ll witness the untamed nature the nation is known for, visiting the country’s most northern point at Main Head, the lighthouse at Fanad Head and rugged beauty of the Sliabh Liag Cliffs.
A favourite pastime in Northern Ireland is horse riding, and there are a number of places where you can enjoy an equine experience. Tullagh Bay Equestrian Centre has years of experience offering tours to visitors for treks along the beach and on trails.
Donegal Airport is situated on the coast in the north-east corner of the county. It’s about 15 minutes from Gweedore and Dungloe, and 45 minutes from Letterkenny. If you’re staying in Donegal Town itself, this drive should take a little over an hour.
Sligo is only a short drive South and offers plenty of beautiful sceneries and if you drive further South you will be rewarded by the stunning beauty of Connemara National Park. Dublin, the capital city is also worth the detour.
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