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Bloggers Marty, Lynn and Jackie say cheers as they enjoy a beverage on their adventure along the North Coast

Embrace the Causeway Coast and Glens this Winter

Discover NI invited Northern Ireland food and travel bloggers Dish You Were Here, Eating Ideas and Jackie’s Blog Spot on a trip to the Causeway Coast and Glens. Otherwise known as Marty, Lynne and Jackie, the group made their way from Belfast to find out what the area had to offer.

  • Bloggers Marty, Lynn and Jackie say cheers as they enjoy a beverage on their adventure along the North Coast

    Embrace the Causeway Coast and Glens this Winter

    Discover NI invited Northern Ireland food and travel bloggers Dish You Were Here, Eating Ideas and Jackie’s Blog Spot on a trip to the Causeway Coast and Glens. Otherwise known as Marty, Lynne and Jackie, the group made their way from Belfast to find out what the area had to offer.

  • Two women in bath robes relaxing in bubble chairs, chatting to each other, in front of a window at the Galgorm. Image has a red ribbon on top left hand corner
    Categories: things to do

    Gift a Stay to Remember this Christmas

    We can agree that it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas now, and we are very excited. So how about putting some thought into this year’s presents by getting them a voucher for a staycation in Northern Ireland? Not only will you be helping to support local, but vouchers are also a practical solution if you are not able to exchange gifts in person, as it can easily be popped in the post.

  • A boat in a harbour as part of the Sailing in the wake of Giants experience.
    Categories: things to do

    Whatever floats your boat

    Host to some of the most beautiful coastlines and bodies of water anywhere in the world, Northern Ireland offers an incredibly diverse selection of unique experiences, whether you are an adrenaline junkie, a foodie, or someone looking for a more sedate activity.

  • Titanic Belfast exterior with daffodils in the foreground
    Categories: things to do

    10 reasons to visit Northern Ireland

    There are so many reasons to visit - but here are some to get you started. Once you’re done with the thinking, start planning, booking and getting ready for your best ever adventure.  

  • Group of friends enjoying some food and drinks outside at Harry's Shack, Portstewart with the beach in the background
    Categories: things to dofood and drink

    Top beer gardens

    While we can’t always depend on the weather in Northern Ireland, we can depend on top-notch beer gardens serving up refreshing drinks and mouth-watering food in delightful surroundings.

  • Man traversing the ropes at Colin Glen
    Categories: things to doBelfast

    The Northern Ireland Bucket List

    Add Northern Ireland to your Bucket List and see how many of these suggestions you can do. We have everything you can imagine from foraging for food, hiking the magical Mournes, to getting up close and personal with a few Alpacas.

  • The image shows lush green hills and bright blue skies in the Glens of Antrim
    Categories: things to doAntrim

    Plan your trip in County Antrim

    Whether you are heading off on a short overnight break or simply planning a day out for all the family to enjoy, look no further than our very own County Antrim! From stunning views at the edge of the Causeway Coastal Route where the county lies, to world-class golf courses and luxurious nights away, Antrim has it all. 

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