As you know, Donegal is heaven on earth and is highly rated for its coastal, national park and fascinating hill walks. The North West is a walker’s paradise with its dramatic scenery and a magic that’s built in to its landscape, in the mountains, a gently meandering river or the lapping of waves on a beach of white sand.
Walking can be done for purely scenic pleasures with routes to suit all ages and aspirations. It offers the opportunity to get closer to nature, its wildlife, its history, or even to learn the cupla focal of Gaeilge and I hope to inspire you to enjoy a wealth of walking routes from gentle strolls to strenuous hikes.
Glasgow has long been famed for shipbuilding and trade due to the city being positioned on the River Clyde. Much of the trade took place in the nearby towns of Greenock and Port Glasgow as the River Clyde is quite shallow.
Intimate, sophisticated, friendly, Ireland's capital city is a centre of infinite interest and activity. Dublin embodies two distinct features. A rich and varied cultural history integrating with the changing, vibrant beat of contemporary life in Dublin today.