Antrim

County Antrim

County Antrim forms the North-East corner of Ireland, where a channel only 13 miles wide separates Torr Head from the Scottish coast. Lough Neagh (the largest lake in Ireland) and the fertile valley of the Bann occupy the western part of Antrim.

To the East, a magnificent coast runs north from Larne and curves around the base of steep headlands, through which the beautiful glens of Antrim open to the sea. On the northern coast the Giant's Causeway, a striking basalt rock formation, is truly awe-inspiring. It's close to the popular seaside resorts of Portrush and Portstewart.

City of Belfast

City break or longer stay, Belfast offers the buzz and vibrancy of a capital city whilst being a gateway to the rural retreat of Northern Ireland.

At the head of Belfast Lough, the city is compact and easy to get around, whether by car or on foot. Belfast is teeming with a multitude of stylish bars, gourmet restaurants, trendy clubs and some of the best shopping in the UK. Visitors can enjoy traditional

Irish music in a local pub or dance the night away to the latest vibes - the choice is theirs!

 

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