Stunning Slieve League engagement Photoshoot

If you book a Slieve League engagement photoshoot on your trip to Ireland, you will be treated to the most epic scenery that you could imagine! It is crazy beautiful!

Recognised as some of the highest sea cliffs in Europe standing at a whopping 2,000 feet above sea level, these cliffs should be at the top of every Ireland trip itinerary.

Historically, this area was a scared Christian pilgrimage site but now attract visitors from all over the world. Visitors that want to experience the majestic view in a rugged and wild place.

Donegal is known for it’s rugged coastline and recently famous for its appearance as Luke’s island in The Star War’s movies.    

The Slieve League Cliffs are undoubtedly one of the most stunning locations you can have a couples photoshoot in Ireland.

Even the Washington Post agrees!

“Situated in County Donegal, Slieve League Cliffs beat the Cliffs of Moher when it comes to a “wow” effect”

Washington Post

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One of my favourite things about my photography job is showing couples a place I love so much and watching them experience it for the first time.

Lisa and Matthew were blown away by the views. We took a hike so that they could explore the area and all the best viewing areas. There is a well-built path leading up the side of the cliff. The sheep roam freely and seem to enjoy photobombing! We stayed up at Slieve League until the sun went down and it got too dark to shoot. The evening was a magical experience.

As a Donegal native, I can say that the Slieve League Cliffs are truly a treasure and I am so happy I was able to capture Lisa and Matthew experiencing its beauty for the first time.  

If you would like to book a Slieve League engagement photoshoot, get in touch through my contact form or send an e-mail to

Check out my Slieve League Elopement Guide if you are thinking of planning an elopement to Ireland and still looking for locations.

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