Sometimes Donegal seems more like a country than a county amongst many.
Situated in the remote northwest of the island, and further isolated by wild landscape, country roads and a coastline that cuts and curves, the word “escape” doesn’t even begin to do it justice. Stretching from Donegal towards the Gaeltacht village of Glencolmcille, you’ll rarely have much traffic to contend with. And the road literally runs out at the show stopping Slieve League cliffs. Dropping 600 metres into Donegal Bay, they’re amongst the tallest in western Europe.