Donegal Tours - Heritage Tour - Glenveagh & The Wild Atlantic Way
Operating Every Sunday and Thursday
Activity Type: Coach Tour, Sightseeing
Opening Hours: Tours depart Thursday/Sunday
Departure Location: PLEASE CHOOSE DEPARTURE LOCATION AT TIME OF BOOKING:
09:00am dep Donegal Town (Tourist Information Office, The Quay)
09:45 dep Letterkenny (Ramelton Road)
Return to Letterkenny approx 4:00pm and Donegal town 4.45pm.
Description: Donegal Heritage Tour: Glenveagh National Park & Castle - Mount Errigal - Wild Atlantic Way & Bloody Foreland - Dunfanaghy
Glenveagh National Park & Castle is the premier visitor attraction in Donegal. The castle, built in 1869, is set amongst beautifully maintained gardens, and offers magnificent views, raised boglands, and tremendous lakes and woodlands across the 16,000 acres of National Park.
Mount Errigal, the highest mountain in Donegal stands at 2,464 feet in a majestic postion amongst the bog land, overlooking Dunlewey Lough and the mysterious Poison Glen.
Wild Atlantic Way & Bloody Foreland, The coastal drive along Bloody Foreland to Magheraroarty has many spectacular views, including views of Inishbofin & Tory Island, and is a truly breathtaking journey.
Dunfanaghy is a picturesque seaside village located at the head of Sheephaven Bay. The village is renowned for its lovely holiday atmosphere and the friendly 'buzz' during the summer months.