Attractions Map

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Benone Beach

Benone Strand, one of Ireland’s longest beaches, is the perfect place to swim, fish, powerkite, bodyboard or just relax with the kids in beautiful surroundings....

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Mussenden Temple

Explore a stunning landscaped park at Downhill Demesne, part of the grounds of the now ruined Earl Bishop’s mansion and visit Mussenden Temple. This 18th centur...

Mountsandel Wood

The earliest known human settlement in Ireland is here, close to the banks of the beautiful River Bann. Flint tools were found at this site, indicating the pres...

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Castlerock Golf Club

Just 5 miles west of Coleraine is Castlerock Golf Club, a fantastic links course set amongst rolling sand dunes. With views of the River Bann as it flows to the...

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Portstewart Golf Club

Portstewart Golf Club has three 18 hole courses to suit any level of player, all with fantastic coastal and riverside views.

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Royal Portrush Golf Club

One of the world’s top links courses and the venue for the 2012 Irish Open, Royal Portrush was established in 1888 and has been played by most of the world’s be...

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Dunluce Castle

This picturesque ruin balances precariously on the edge of a dramatic outcrop of volcanic rock. Dating back to the 14th century, the magnificent Dunluce Castle ...

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Roe Valley Country Park

Follow the path of the River Roe as it winds through ancient woodlands, flows by tranquil riverside walks and plunges through dramatic gorges on its way to Loug...

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Bushmills Distillery

What would a trip to the North Coast be without a ‘wee dram’ of its most famous export – Bushmills Whiskey. Ireland’s oldest working distillery, Bushmills draws...

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The Giants Causeway

Northern Ireland’s top tourist attraction and UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Giant’s Causeway is a vast display of six sided columns of volcanic rock formed by...

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Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge

Salmon fishermen have been building bridges to Carrick-a-rede Island (Rock of the Casting) for over 300 years. The bridge spans a chasm 20m wide and 30m deep an...

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Rathlin Island

Take the ferry from Ballycastle across the Sea of Moyle to this remote L-shaped island which is home to about seventy people. Take in the awesome scenery with v...

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Inishowen

Take the Magilligan Ferry to the sleepy fishing village of Greencastle and drive on to explore the stunning Inishowen Peninsula. With dozens of quaint villages ...

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The Sperrins

One of the most unexplored and unspoilt areas in Ireland, the Sperrin Mountains run from South Co. Londonderry into the heart of Co. Tyrone and as far as the bo...

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Derry / Londonderry

A treasure trove of history and culture, the city of Derry / Londonderry is fast becoming a buzzing cultural hotspot. Awarded UK City of Culture for 2013 the ci...

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Belfast

Belfast has reinvented itself as a bustling metropolitan city, regularly reviewed as one of the top citybreak destinations in Europe. With a distinctive politic...

Doagh Famine Village

The Famine Village tells the story of a family and community living on the edge and surviving, from the Famine of the 1840s to the present time. Remoteness, iso...

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Ballyliffin Golf Club

Ballyliffin Golf Club, consists of two outstanding, contrasting links courses and 36 wonderful holes make up one of the finest golf resorts to be found anywhere...

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Glens of Antrim

Famed in poetry, song, myth and magic there are nine Glens of Antrim, each endowed with an evocative name and each weaving its own special magic.Lush, green sec...