Slieve League, Co Donegal
Located in the northwest of Ireland, in the beautiful county of Donegal, the awe-inspiring sea cliffs of Slieve League are one of the Republic’s best-kept secrets. Standing at over 600 metres at their highest point, they are almost three times higher than the Cliffs of Moher and rank right at the top of Europe’s highest sea cliffs.
With the informative Slieve League Visitor Centre and its friendly staff being a good place to start, you can explore the cliffs and enjoy the scenic views at leisure, while a guided walking tour will treat you to entertaining stories and give further insight into the local wildlife, landscapes, and cultural history of the area.
For more experienced hikers, a challenging journey to the summit will reward you with sweeping views over the dramatic coastline, Donegal Bay below, the Sligo Mountains, and the Atlantic Ocean. A signature point on the Wild Atlantic Way, a visit to the cliffs and the surrounding region is a must.