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Reasons to visit the island of Ireland in 2017

Reasons to visit the Island of Ireland

For breath-taking scenery and amazing sights that will have you reaching for your camera, look no further that the Emerald Isle. Ireland is home to beautiful attractions such as the Giant’s Causeway in Antrim, Sliabh Liag Cliffs in Donegal and the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare.

Reasons to visit the island of Ireland in 2017


From Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal Route to the West Coast of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, you’ll find hundreds of magnificent golden beaches just waiting for you.

Reasons to visit the island of Ireland in 2017Ireland is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. From walking to surfing to horse-riding, and everything in between, Ireland is a place where there is an outdoor activity to suit everyone.

Reasons to visit the island of Ireland in 2017Ireland is well known for it’s craic and welcoming people. If you want fun, laughter and a welcome like no other, then Ireland is the place for you!

Reasons to visit the island of Ireland in 2017



Home to Ireland’s Ancient East, the Emerald Isle is brimming with fascinating historical sites. From castles to megalithic tombs, Ireland is rich in historical ruins for you to explore.

Reasons to visit the island of Ireland in 2017



Irish Farmhouse B&Bs make the perfect base for exploring the island of Ireland. We have bed and breakfasts located throughout Ireland. So if you want a vacation to remember, book your visit to Ireland in 2017 today!

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Causeway Coastal Route

Causeway Coastal Route

The Causeway Coastal Route is 193 km of outstanding natural beauty, spanning from Belfast to Derry-Londonderry. It has been dubbed one of the world’s great road journeys and provides visitors with the opportunity to make unforgettable memories whilst exploring all that Northern Ireland’s coastline has to offer. It is the perfect mix of stunning scenery, historical sites, famous landmarks and outdoor amenities, with something for all the family to enjoy.

Natural Beauty

Natural Scenic Beauty of the Causeway Coastal RouteThe list of stunning sights to be seen along this coastal route is endless, with its amazing cliff-top walks, golden beaches and picturesque seaside towns to be explored.  The route takes in such a diverse range of impressive landscapes, from woodlands and forests, to mountainous and bogland. It provides the ideal opportunity to fully appreciate Northern
Ireland’s natural beauty.

Famous Landmarks

Giant's Causeway along the Causeway Coastal RouteRemarkable famous landmarks are aplenty along the Causeway Coast. The most notable is that of the Giant’s Causeway in Co Antrim, with its breathtaking 40,000 polygonal columns of layered basalt. There is nowhere else like it, and it is Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other must-visit landmarks include that of Carrick-a-Rede Rope-Bridge, and the Game of Thrones’ filming sites of Cushendun Caves and the Dark Hedges.

Historical Sites

Derry-Londonderry City Walls Northern IrelandHistory lovers are spoilt for choice along the Causeway Coastal Route as there are so many top attractions of historical and cultural significance. One such attraction is Dunluce Castle, a 16th Century medieval castle in Co. Antrim. Other fascinating sites include Mountsandel Fort, which is the oldest known human settlement, or Derry-Londonderry’s city walls.

Outdoor Adventures

Adventure walks along the Causeway Coastal RouteWith its varied landscapes and dramatic coastline, the Causeway Coastal Route is ideal for outdoor activity breaks. Wherever your interests lie, there will be fantastic amenities to cater for your hobby, from excellent walking and cycling trails, to world-class golf courses and surf schools. In addition to this, its numerous lakes and rivers                                                               make the route an angler’s paradise.

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