Donegal Scenes

The North and West coasts of Ireland have a unique character, seen at its best in Co. Donegal. The Atlantic in its moods – never the same – affects the land as well. The coast is rocky, varied by beautiful strands, sometimes warmed by the last traces of the  Gulf Stream. A well-kept secret is the great cliff of Slieve League (pictured here) which at its height of some 1900 ft. is more than twice the altitude of the more touristy Cliffs of Moher.

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