Discover Why You Might Love A Cruising Excursion To The Pretty Port Of Killybegs Donegal Ireland
A Rising Star In The World Of Cruise Ship Holidays
Friendly smiles and a warm Irish welcome.may well be your first experience of Killybegs as you disembark from your cruise ship.
By then you'll have already sailed past two pretty lighthouses, and Saint John's Point peninsula framing picturesque Donegal Bay. Killybegs is, in fact, your cruise gateway to a variety of favorite Donegal attractions.
Find top cruise ship holidays with shore excursions to Killybegs here, or read on to discover more about this delightful port...
Killybegs fishing port, with its industrious harbor and rich Celtic heritage, has a variety of attractions for you to explore and enjoy locally. And they're all just a short stroll from your cruise ship...
Alternatively, explore County Donegal on a guided coach excursion, departing from right beside your cruise ship. Experience...
If you prefer a shorter cruising excursion, you might enjoy the popular 'Hidden Gems On The Edge' and new 'Hidden Delights Of Killybegs' guided coastal tours by Killybegs Information Centre.
Donegal County has so much to offer, in fact, that it made number one in National Geographic's 'Cool List' for 2017.
The prestigious UK Travel magazine placed County Donegal ahead of Santiago, Helsinki, Greenland, Peru, Aarhus, even Canada, as well as ten more of the world's greatest destinations. The publication's travel reporters loved Donegal's numerous coastal features. In particular, they loved the county's dramatic sea stacks, beautiful pristine beaches and remote satellite islands.
The article appears in the National Geographic Traveller (UK) for January-February 2017. Here's what they published online (link opens new window).
Killybegs is on the Wild Atlantic Way, a 2,500 kilometer-long West coast touring route that really lives up to its name.
And you'll find three of the route's highlights right on Donegal's rugged and varied coastline. They are...
The 'Hidden Gems On The Edge' guided tour takes you right onto the Slieve League cliffs viewing point at Bunglass.
If you're a Star Wars fan, it might interest you to know that scenes for Star Wars episode 8 were recently filmed at Malin Head on the scenic Inishowen peninsula.
Malin Head, Donegal and Ireland's most northerly mainland point, was even honored by a visit from the Milenium Falcon plus a few intergalactic adventurers. Needless to say, they caused quite a stir locally!
With filming now complete, Malin Head is once again freely accessible to the public, and now you can enjoy discovering where the legendary 'Falcon touched down in Donegal!
If you'd like more information about Killybegs cruise port, you can contact the friendly knowledgeable staff at Killybegs Information Centre, right on the waterfront.
This is also where you can find out about, as well as book your tickets for, the 'Hidden Gems On The Edge' and 'Hidden Delights Of Killybegs' coastal tours.
Tel: 00353 (0)74 973 2346
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