Donegal, Ireland’s most northern county is a place apart. Isolated, rural, and intensely beautiful, the landscape sweeps from the Bluestacks mountain range in the east to the endless soft sandy beaches of the west coast of the county.
On the Sliabh Liag Peninsula, the ancient cliffs rise to almost 2,000 feet above sea level, rocky shores are complimented with hidden coves of silver sand. A brave and resilient people have made Donegal their home for thousands of years.
Legend has it that in the blue-green waters at the foot of the Sliabh Liag mountains, shape-shifting seals shed their skin to become beautiful maidens. Silkies are said to be gentle souls who prefer to dance in the moonlight rather then lead sailors a stray.