Explore Donegal, nicknamed the Forgotten County, by bike and discover one of the most remote regions of Ireland
National Geographic voted Donegal the Number 1 Coolest Place on the Planet and it’s true that this a region clings to its romantic remoteness, earning itself the Irish nickname of The Forgotten County. Biking here, it doesn’t feel like the modern world has had much impact – traditional Irish cuisine and language still play an intrinsic part of Donegal. The scenery has a wild, rugged beauty and you’ll cycle past Slieve League - some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs - through the haunting wilderness of Glenveagh National Park to the shimmering shores of fjord Lough Swilly and along the coastline to Ireland’s most northernmost point, Malin Head. We think that this is possibly the coolest, most remote, wildest part of Ireland!