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Cloghmacirkeen side of Tubrid More, Tralee Ireland
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8-Day Donegal Guided Walk
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8-Day Donegal Guided Walk

The Donegal Coast guided walk introduces safe, quiet sandy beaches amidst its rugged shores which surround a tranquil land rich in heritage &amp; folklore. Malin Head, the northernmost point of all Ireland lies in Donegal’s Inishowen Peninsula. Donegal is one of the 9 counties of the Province of Ulster, yet is governed by the Republic of Ireland.<br><br>Your first three nights are based in Ardara, the centre of the tweed industry. From here you will visit Glencolmcille, with its picturesque sites, and clime spectacular Slieve League. You then move north to the Gweedore area for the next 4 nights.<br><br>You may wish to partake in other activities on your “free day”, or we may arrange a boat trip to one of Donegal’s many islands, weather permitting. Next you climb Errigal, Donegals toughest mountain with a final hike to the cliffs around Horn Head near Dunfanaghy.
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Mchugh14 wrote a review Apr 2020
County Kerry, Ireland27 contributions1 helpful vote
Lovely spot just outside Tralee. Beautifully maintained and interesting to walk around. Small box for donations too.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Kerryman86 wrote a review Aug 2019
Kilflynn, Ireland234 contributions113 helpful votes
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I'd strongly recommend coming here to visit (don't bother if you're one of these anti Catholic bedwetters). Lovely maintained ground with a small church and what looks like a small mausoleum. Also a holy well. Reportedly the burial place of St Ita. Not an awful lot to see here but it is nice and quiet and well maintained. Rounds here annually but I'm not sure of the exact date. Can be difficult to find.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Maureen O wrote a review Oct 2018
Dublin, Ireland129 contributions45 helpful votes
Was a pleasant little walk down a grass path between two fields of cows.Very peaceful little place with a little hut full of prayer cards etc.There was a well but it was dry..the legend is that St Brendan was baptised here in 484 AD so guess it could have dried up my now!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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perirose10 wrote a review Oct 2017
Lixnaw, Ireland31 contributions10 helpful votes
A secluded, quiet place which is beautiful and well maintained. The church is lovely and a true gem, definitely worth the short amount of time out of your day to visit.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Lizjaz2014 wrote a review Aug 2017
New Milford, Connecticut121 contributions17 helpful votes
Beautiful and serene place to visit. I'm not sure how old the l little church-hut is, but I'm sure it's at least 500 years old. The only disappointment was that the well was completely dry. We hadn't had much rain that week so maybe that's the reason. None-the-less, a trip worth taking if you're traveling through the Tralee area.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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