Sliabh Liag Cliffs and Glencolmcille Private Tour

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of traditional Irish culture at Glencolmcille Folk Village. Revel in breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Donegal Bay, and the majestic Sligo Mountains from the soaring heights of the Sliabh Liag sea cliffs, reaching over 600 meters.

All South Donegal tours are custom built to suit the interests of the tourist, their location and timeframe available. The following is a suggestion of some of the attractions to include while on a day trip of South Donegal.

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Donegal Castle, Donegal Town

Donegal Town

Situated along the River Eske, Donegal Town is a captivating blend of history and modern vibrancy. Explore the medieval Donegal Castle, a symbol of the town’s storied past, and meander through vibrant streets filled with souvenir shops and lively cafes. ‘The Diamond’, a bustling central square, is alive with the energy of locals and visitors alike.

Glencolmcille Folk Village, Co Donegal

Glencolmcille Folk Village

Entrance fee not included | Subject to seasonal opening hours Step back in time at Glen Folk Village, a living testament to Ireland’s rural past. Wander through charming thatched cottages, each a replica of a bygone era, showcasing traditional Irish life. Immerse yourself in the history and folklore with a glimpse into the customs and traditions of yesteryear.

Sliabh Liag, Co. Donegal

Sliabh Liag Cliffs

Sliabh Liag (Slieve League), derives its name from the Gaelic meaning ‘Mountain of Pillar Stones.’ This region boasts the highest accessible sea cliffs in Europe, towering almost three times higher than the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. The ascent to the summit promises exhilarating, awe-inspiring vistas of the Atlantic Ocean, Donegal Bay, and the majestic Sligo Mountains.

Muckross Head, Co. Donegal

Muckross Head

Muckross Head, a coastal gem along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, captivates with its rugged beauty and dramatic cliffs. It offers breathtaking views of the North Atlantic, where waves crash against its imposing sandstone crag. Explore the winding coastal road and witness the untamed allure of this unspoiled landscape.

Killybegs Harbour, Co. Donegal

Killybegs Harbour

Killybegs, Ireland’s premier fishing port, beckons with its maritime charm and vibrant atmosphere. The picturesque fishing town boasts one of Europe’s largest natural harbours. Explore the impressive harbour where colourful trawlers bob in the waters, witness the daily bustle of the fishing industry, and savour fresh seafood in charming coastal eateries.

Glen Head, Glencolmcille, Co. Donegal

Glen Head

Glen Head in Glencolmcille is not just a coastal marvel but also a haven where sheep graze freely along the winding roads. The charming rugged cliffs and woolly companions creates a rural pastoral scene. As you navigate the coastal trail, the sight of sheep peacefully grazing against the backdrop of the Atlantic adds a touch of rustic beauty to the landscape.