The breathtaking view over the Slieve League cliffs, Bunglass Point, Donegal, Ireland.
The Slieve League (Irish: Sliabh Liag) cliffs are located on the coast of County Donegal. With a maximum height of 601 metres, the Slieve League are the island of Ireland’s highest sea cliffs (the highest sea cliff of all Ireland is Croaghaun with 668 m, on Achill Island, County Mayo).
The view of the Slieve League cliffs at Bunglass Point is absolutely wonderful. The two sea stacks in front of the cliffs are called the Giant’s Chair and Table because of their shape and dimensions.