The beautiful Glenveagh National Park situated in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains is the second largest national park in Ireland and is not only home to the magnificent Glenveagh Castle built in the 19th century but is also brimming with wildlife, woodland, lakes and hills.
Donegal is also well known for its outdoor activities including rock-climbing and hiking as well as surfing and scuba diving. In fact Rossnowlagh was one of the first places for surfing in Ireland and Carrigart is home to the first ever purpose built scuba diving centre in Ireland.
Whilst its a popular location for a second home or holiday home, it's also an excellent place to retire to, with a relaxed pace of life across the county.
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