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You can discern the outlines of the abbey but other than the impressive vista over the water there is little to see, budget about 30 minutes for your visit
We enjoyed walking around here, even though it was raining quite hard. Good signage and nice access to the various parts of the Abbey. If you make it to the Tourist Info Center you can stroll down here.
Remains of a once magnificent Abbey with a graveyard encircling the site. A serene place for a stroll near the water and to catch the afternoon/evening sun.
You need a good imagination to envision what the Abby would have looked like hundreds of years ago. However, the posted maps and information help to re-create the site, and the gravestones tell stories of their own. The setting on the water is quite picturesque, and there is no admission charge, so you can enjoy a low-keyed visit.
Donegal Abbey was built in 1474 by Red Hugh O'Donnell, for the Franciscan Friars who wrote the "Annals of the Four Masters". but it was abandoned in the early 17th century. Through its ruins sits a cemetery where some graves are decorated with flowers. The Abbey which is close to the mouth of the River Eske, she empties into the... 更多
I was the only one at the abbey when I visited it. The setting is beautiful and the ruins, crosses and water views were perfect for some lovely pictures.It only takes a few minutes and it well worth going
It is very easy to find the ruins of the Abbey and cemetery, you head down the pier just past the tourist office, it is a very peaceful place, and it is historically connected to Donegal Castle, it is lovely just to sit on the wall, and take in the beauty of nature all around you, but you would need... 更多