The coastline of Co. Donegal is the longest in Ireland at 1,235 km. The Inishowen Peninsula and the Fanad Peninsula offer dramatic cliffs, long sandy beaches and dunes. Donegal is also the location of the highest sea cliffs in Ireland, at Slieve League.

There are many areas of outstanding natural beauty in Donegal including, for example, Glenveagh National Park. It is a popular county for hill walking and many of the beaches are well known for for the excellent surfing conditions.

There are also Donegal has many Heritage Towns that are of archaeolgical, historical and cultural interest.

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