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Grianan Of Aileach, County Donegal

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  • Great Iron Age fort - worth a visit. We came here with friends, good friend grew up in Derry and comes here every time he returns. The view from the fort is excellent and the building itself is amazin...  more »
  • I live quite close to this beautiful attraction, but always enjoy spending some time there. Spectacular views over 3 counties, Donegal, Derry & Tyrone not to mention the beautiful Lough Swilly. # tip ...  more »
  • What I loved about this place is it took me into another world. I imagined I was there myself many many years ago...It is worth a visit if you are passing. Im not sure if I would go out of my way to v...  more »
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  • A beautiful location for a walk and to take in some celtic history. There is a tea and coffee cart here most days during the summer which is great.
  • One of my favourite places in the world. From the Foyle to the Swilly, the views are unreal. There's a reason our ancestors chose this spot.
  • Fun stop. Just outside of Londonderry. Worth the drive. Not far and not crowded. Amazing views. Great history.
  • Absolutely stunning view of surroundings (5-10km view in every direction), but structure itself is noting special
  • Stunning views of the River Foyle and Lough Swilly. Stone circle is unusual. Worth a wee trip up to it. Can get quite windy up there.