Fancy standing at the very edge of the world? At the Slieve League Cliffs in County Donegal, you'll be almost 2,000 feet above the swirling Atlantic Ocean. At almost three times higher than Ireland's famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, they're a sight to savour! On the way to the viewing gallery, watch out for stones marking out the word 'Éire' - they were used as a navigation aid for aircraft during WWII. And as you reach the gallery, words will probably fail to capture the majesty and sheer height of the cliffs. With twirling seabirds flying overhead and nothing but crisp blue ocean before you, it really does feel like you're at the very edge of the world. It's a feeling you'll get at plenty of other spots along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Enjoy! 📸(@declan.purcell) #loveireland#ireland#irland#irlande#irlanda#discoverireland#visitireland#slieveleagues#cliffs#donegal#wildatlanticway#instaireland
A beautiful sunset and 🇮🇪`s epic landscape made this evening to something really special. This country surprised me in so many ways and I definitely need to come back soon!!