Is Letterkenny in Northern Ireland or southern Ireland?
Rated Ireland’s “tidiest town” in 2015, Letterkenny is a pretty market town, close to where the River Swilly widens into a fjord on the north-west coast.
Lough Swilly and the Fanad Peninsula are located on Ireland’s legendary wild Atlantic Way, for scenic drives to the mountains, rugged promontories, Neolithic dolmens, early medieval fortresses and martello towers armed with long-range weapons.
This is the land that gave such world figures as St. Columba, who brought Christianity to Scotland in the VI century.
Letterkenny is also a springboard for the Glenveagh National Park, in the lands of a romantic nineteenth-century castle and exotic gardens.
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