The Wild Atlantic Way of Donegal
If there’s one thing to know before travelling to Ireland it’s that you haven’t seen any of it unless you’ve visited the Wild Atlantic Way. This week myself and Greg went to Sliabh Liag in Co. Donegal and although we were blown to bits by the wind and the rain, we still managed to snap some photos of the cliffs.
The cliffs at Sliabh Liag are the highest in Europe and the most breathtaking I’ve ever visited in Ireland. When I arrived there though, I definitely wasn’t dressed for the blustery climate because I showed up wearing my oxfords and light suede jacket. You can see how in the first photo how intense it was!
Out on the cliff face it is freezing cold because of the wind and the rain will blow right through you so if you ever want to go to an Irish cliff be sure to wrap up warm, especially if you plan on hiking all the way to the top like how we did!
These cliffs at Sliabh Liag were so beautiful and probably our favourite thing that we visited in Ireland. They really are a natural masterpiece and it was amazing to be out on the edge of the world like that.
That’s it for this little Ireland post! This time all the way from the North West. I really hope you guys enjoyed and I’ll see you again very soon!