Wild, dramatic, majestic – the towering Slieve League Cliffs are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe. From their highest point, it’s a staggering 609m (almost 2000 foot) drop into the swirling Atlantic Ocean below.
Before you get to the cliffs themselves, you’ll come across the Slieve League Cliffs Center. With a friendly local atmosphere, this family-run and award-winning spot is packed full of local history and culture. The craft shop stocks locally made knitwear and artworks and, in summertime, you can even catch a traditional Irish music session.
If you book a guided walk or hike of the cliffs, you’ll be treated to insights into the local wildlife and spectacular geography, with a few local anecdotes thrown in for good measure. Take our advice and grab a bite to eat at the Tí Linn Café before you go – it'll set you up for the bracing walk ahead!