More about Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland was covered by an ice sheet for most of the last ice age and this has shaped the stunning landscape into mountains, drumlins (soft roly-poly hills) and river valleys. During the apple blossom season in rural Armagh, the beauty of the area can take your breath away.
Do not miss the beautiful Causeway Coastal Route that covers eighty miles of coastline, beginning in Belfast in the south east of Antrim and ending in County Londonderry in the north-west. Highlights include Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Glenariff Forest Park and White Rocks Beach. Inland, discover an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and visit Torr Head, Slemish Mountain, Rathlin Island, Benone Beach, Cushendun and Binevenagh Mountain.
No trip to Northern Ireland would be complete without a visit to the capital of Belfast; a city that has been described as an unspoilt treasure and one of the world’s must-see destinations. Look out for the Titanic Belfast visitor experience – see where the Titanic was built, and explore nine galleries over six floors telling the story of the ship’s conception, construction, launch, tragic maiden voyage, and rediscovery at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. With so much to see and do there has never been a more perfect opportunity to come camping in Northern Ireland!
Our campsite in Northern Ireland offers a base for plenty of activities and major attractions from deserted castle ruins, forts, galleries and museums, fantastic shopping, and numerous theatres.
With a plethora of activities available, and fabulous attractions to visit, camping in Northern Ireland is the perfect holiday choice!
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