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Don't miss your opportunity to visit one of Ireland's best kept secrets and a signature point on the Wild Atlantic Way. Located in south west Donegal along this magnificent costal driving route are Ireland's highest Sea Cliffs, Sliabh Liag. A visit...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Slieve League Cliffs | Near Teelin, Carrick, Ireland
It was a bit of a walk, but it was beautiful the whole way. We saw sheep and lambs on the walk way. We found out, that you do not have to park in the lot below, you can drive up 3/4th of the way...More
If u love a good walk climb with the most amazing views in the world, then this comes highly recommended. Spend a day, bring a picnic, go with a led group if you can to get full advantage!! I don't climb alot of mountains, but...More
Fun drive up to the first car park which has lined parking spaces. Now you have an option. Drive through the cattle gate which someone must open and close or walk up. If you can walk a relatively steep paved road for about 30 minutes...More
Slieve League, the highest sea cliff in Europe, is a must for a visit if you happen to be in the Killybegs area of Donegal. It is a something to behold with magnificent views as you look out over the Atlantic Ocean. A spectacular sight...More
We were recommended to do this by friends. We went to Buncarin, drove through the gate to the top. Paid the exhorbitant €7 for lobster in a bun . The views were spectacular. We went early and it was worth it to get there before...More
We set off from Lough Eske Castle by car via Google. What a mistake that was. We didn't make it to the lookout because the road was so narrow, rocky and impossible to pass another car. We wish we had read the reviews and we...More
First things first. When you see reviews, make sure you’re clear on which route they’re taking about. There is the standard route from the visitor center and the Pilgrams Path and they are VERY different. We accidentally started off on the Pilgrims Path and I’m...More
Park at the first car park and walk up (if you are able) as the viewsyou will get are much better on foot. The walk to the cliff viewing point is almost as good as the cliffs themselves, with plenty of photo opportunities.
Parked at the first car park. I would highly recommend this instead of driving up because you see the most spectacular views that you wouldn’t see if driving. However, it is a bit of a trek up so if you’re not great on the feet,...More
You can probably do it from Donegal. That is a large enough town to base from, while still being small. We stopped in Killybegs, which is between Donegal and Slieve League, and we were able to do both from there.