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Glenveagh National Park

Doporučuje 53 místních

Tipy místních

Peggy
Peggy
November 20, 2019
More than 211,600 visitors were recorded at the attraction last year, up from 150,600 in 2014. It was recently named by Fáilte Ireland as one of the top-20 most popular fee-charging visitor attractions in the country.
Danny Martin
Danny Martin
August 31, 2019
Only a 13 Min Drive away. Great for Cycling/ Wallking/ Castle Tour/ Gardens
Mary
Mary
August 06, 2019
A must see place. It would be criminal to visit this part of the world without a visit to Glenveagh. It is spectacular with is beautiful walks, bike rides ( bikes for hire), gardens castles and tea rooms. There are events also run through out the year. visit their website to see what's available…
Margaret
Margaret
July 16, 2019
Home of the infamous founders of Tabasco sauce. Beautiful house and gardens. Well worth a visit.
Seamus And Cressida
Seamus And Cressida
April 05, 2018
Glenveagh Castle, Lake and National Park is the perfect place to explore with beautiful wilderness, walking trails and breathtaking scenes of natural beauty! You can visit the visitor centre, walk up to the castle (or pay a small fee to catch the bus up to the castle), at the castle, you can…

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Park
“it has beautiful gardens and sceenery including a train ride .they also do a christmas event for kids but early booking is advised”
  • Doporučují4 místní
Natural Feature
“Wonderful beaches, walking trails.... Costs E5 to park in the park itself, or park for free at Ards Friary and walk into the park.”
  • Doporučuje 15 místních
Point of Interest
“The Assaranca Waterfall is hidden away. Just a "few-minutes" (approx 20mins, Irish time :P ) drive from the main road outside Ardara. But like most of Ireland's backroads the drive is narrow, winding...and beautiful!”
  • Doporučuje 5 místních
Establishment
“The Glengesh Pass is a windy section of the road that connects Glencolmcille to Ardara. During the drive, motorists can enjoy the farmland, desolate moorland, and tranquil setting. Glengesh (Glen of the Swans) Pass (900 feet above sea level) meanders through the Glengesh and Mulmosog Mountains. The scenery in the area is magnificent. There is a feeling of peace and stepping back in time.”
  • Doporučuje 5 místních
Natural Feature
“One of Ireland highest mountains and well worth a climb. The views from the top are incredible. Tip, bring a clean pair of shoes!”
  • Doporučuje 14 místních
Lokalita
Letterkenny, County Donegal
Telefon+353 76 100 2537
Webové stránkyglenveaghnationalpark.ie