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Itineraries > Breaks in Ireland > Northern Ireland

Discover Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is made up of six stunning counties, Antrim, Armagh Derry-Londonderry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone. These locations are very popular with visitors as there is such a wide variety of things to do, from admiring beautiful coastal views and exploring rolling landscapes, to visiting ancient historical sites and enjoying a delicious meal in one of many top class eateries. Here’s a taste of what you can expect in each of these wonderful counties:


Giant's Causeway in Co AntrimAntrim is known as the ‘land of glens and giants’ as it is home to some of the most remarkable landscapes and scenery in all of Ireland. A visit to the Giant’s Causeway is an experience of a lifetime as it one of Europe’s most unique and beautiful geological phenomena. Dunluce Castle is another must-see as it is a magnificent, cliff-top, 17th Century castle that is steeped in rich history.

Where to stay:  B&Bs in Antrim



Slieve Gullion Co ArmaghArmagh boasts fantastic landcapes and scenery, but also is a county full of history and heritage. It is home to St Patrick’s Cathedral which dates back as far as 1220. There is so much to appreciate on a visit as the stunning building is seen as both an architectural and historical site. Slieve Gullion is the highest point in Armagh, with a peak of 573m. As well as breath-taking views, by reaching the mountain’s summit, you will find
a small lake and two ancient burial cairns.

Where to stay: B&Bs in Armagh



Derry City Walls, Derry-LondonderryDerry-Londonderry is considered to be one of the most historical locations in Ireland and is known as the ‘home of the walled city’. A stroll along these city walls is a must and a guided tour will give you an insight into this county’s fascinating historical and cultural past. A visit to Brook Hall is another must-do! It is gorgeous walled garden of 1.5 acres full of trees, roses and herbaceous borders. What’s more, it also boasts ancient planting
books and species records, dating back to 1932.

Where to stay:  B&Bs in Derry-Londonderry



Mourne Mountains Co DownDown is the perfect blend of gorgeous landscapes and interesting heritage and culture. It is home to the wonderful Mourne Mountains, a place of outstanding natural beauty and varied wildlife. There are so many ways to enjoy a visit, from walking, rock climbing and mountain boarding, to horse-riding, golfing and fishing! Down County Museum is equally impressive as it allows you to explore over 9000 years of human history, through
exhibitions, hands-on activities and interactive events.

Where to stay:  B&Bs in Down



Fermanagh Lakelands in Co FermanaghFermanagh is simply stunning and is known as the ‘Irish lake district’. The Fermanagh Lakelands are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts as they boast an impressive range of woodlands, forests, parklands and wetlands to explore. A boat trip on the waterways always proves to be an enjoyable way to spend a leisurely afternoon.  A visit to the Marble Arch Caves is must, where you will be given an exciting tour of the winding passageways,
underground rivers, stalagmites and stalactites!

Where to stay:  B&Bs in Fermanagh



Ulster American Folk ParkThere is something for everyone to enjoy in Tyrone. Gortin Glen Forest Park is a breath-taking span of 1534 hectares of grounds, that lends itself to stunning views. Way-marked walking trails, mountain-bike routes and horse-riding trails are all available, as well as The Forest Drive option. To experience something a little different, the Ulster Gliding Centre provides the perfect opportunity. You can learn how to drive in a
dual-controlled glider and no experience is required!

Where to stay:  B&Bs in Tyrone


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