Home to some of Irelands most beautiful beaches and stunning scenery that will take your breath away. Ireland’s ‘Forgotten County’ is a place to experience. Dominated by a rugged coastline it has come to be a key feature of the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ popularised by the Irish Tourism Board.

With a rich history, from the seat of the mighty O’Donnell dynasty (Clann Ó Domhnaill) and a strong sense of culture there are many historical sites to see. From the Bronze age Beltany stone circle (2100-700 BC), to the 6th century ringfort Grianán of Aileach, to the 19th Century Glenveagh Castle.