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A Car Trip Around Donegal Town

A great way of discovering the beauty of Ireland is to rent a car and travel by land through Ireland’s good roads. A car trip through the country is a great way to see Ireland through a clear perspective free from any kind of commercialization. Your car trip through Ireland could start with Derry and Limerick. From Derry you can drive your rented car around Donegal, which is considered as one of the most scenic places in Ireland. You can then pass through Donegal town to your next destination – Slieve League Cliffs, one of the most breathtaking in the country. You can also proceed to Rossnowlagh, which is said to be one of Ireland’s best beaches, this located near the fishing town of Killybegs, which is also worthy of a look. From there you can drive your rented car to Glenveagh National Park – one of the best places to see if you’re a nature lover. You can decide to go back to Donegal town to spend the night there and enjoy traditional Irish music at some of the local pubs. From Donegal town you can drive your rented car on through Sligo County towards Mayo. This place has one of the most dramatic sceneries and sandy beaches in the country. Other attractions in Mayo are the Croagh Patrick. This is a pilgrimage mountain where devotees climb up to the top of the mountain to go to the chapel erected there. The most devout actually climb up the rocky mountain on their bare feet. You can also take advantage of the beautiful view of Clew Bay and the many islands that dot it. Don’t forget to take a trip to Westport town. Located there is the Westport house, which was the heome of Grace O’Malley’s descendants, the Queen of Connacht in the 16th century. Car trip can take you to the most out-of-the-way places in Ireland. Places that have a significant cultural significance for the Irish. Renting a car is quite easy in Ireland, there are a lot of care hire companies that are more than willing to help visitors to Ireland.