Northern Ireland’s capital has transformed itself over the past decade into a city of..Giants Causeway Information
Ireland's only natural World Heritage site, the Giants Causeway is located on the northern coast of..See all locations in Antrim
A worthwhile detour off the Causeway Coastal Route is the drive to Torr Head. It is located about 8 kilometres almost due north of Cushendun.
The headland is a spectacular geological formation from which views over almost the entire southern Antrim region can be enjoyed. In times past the headland was used to identify and record transatlantic shipping and the information was relayed back to Lloyds in London. On a clear day the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland is clearly visible across the North Channel. Closer to hand the shear cliffs of the headland plunge into the sea and provide an impressive display as the waves crash against them.
Also called Derry after its picturesque county town on the west bank of river Foyle, Londonderry is..Armagh Information
County Armagh is the seat of both the Protestant and Catholic archbishops of Ireland, and, as such..Down Information
County Down, located on the east coast of Northern Ireland, offers visitors a range of attractions..Fermanagh Information
Fermanagh, situated in the north west of Ireland, is a true visitor's paradise with plenty to see..Tyrone Information
County Tyrone is the largest county in Northern Ireland below Derry. The flat peatlands in the east..See all locations in Northern Ireland