Embark on your Wild Atlantic Way journey along the wild and rugged coastline of Donegal and visit Signature Discovery Point 3, the Sliabh Liag cliffs. These majestic sea cliffs are amongst the highest in Europe and offer breathtaking panoramic views across the horizon overlooking Donegal Bay. As the sea crashes in at the foot of the cliffs and the skies above seem ever closer from the top of the cliffs, you will experience the wonder of natures beauty in one of the most famous viewing points along the Wild Atlantic Way.
On your journey up Sliabh Liag you will first encounter a crystal clear lake and once you get closer to the summit, you could try walking along ‘One Man’s Pass’ which will take you to the absolute highest point of Sliabh Liag and the most unforgettable stunning view for miles over County Donegal. If you are not so keen on heights, then the visitors viewing platform is there for you to experience the views. It is also possible to view the cliffs from the sea with a Sliabh Liag Boat Trip that lets you enjoy the sights from a totally unique view from the sea.
After Sliabh Liag continue your journey along this inspirational touring route of Ireland and stop off in Glencolumbkille where you can enjoy the Folk Village that offers a glimpse of life in Ireland many years ago. Silver Strand is a stunning beach at Malin Beg just 7km from Glencolumbkille, a long strand of golden sandy beach, perfect for walking, watersports and relaxation. Onwards to Studio Donegal in Kilcar where you can pick up some local tweed made in Donegal. Studio Donegal has been weaving here for centuries, where traditional skills have been passed down through generations.