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Martin McCrossan was awarded the 'Tourism Hero' at NITA Awards 2013
Giant's Causeway Tours are a speciality of McComb's Travel as we have 19 years experience.
This is an award-winning city centre walking tour explaining the History of the Troubles.
A guided tour of South Derry discovering people and places that inspired Nobel poet Seamus Heaney.
The aim of Mourne mountain tours is to show off the heart of the Mournes to the tourists that visit.
"Where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea" (Percy French)
This scenic circular route, one of seven mapped routes in the area.
The Glen River walk is a popular approach to the Mournes.
A superb exhibition facility of gallery, garden and reconstructed studio.
This is a fully guided cycling tour sampling the iconic trails of the Mourne Mountains.
A must see starting point for visitors wishing to know more about Ireland’s Patron Saint.
The award winning Belfast Food Tour and five others to try.
The Only Northern Ireland Tourist Board 5 Star Tour in the City. Tours operate all year round at 10am,12noon,2pm and 4pm. Only £4 per person. Tour includes Free Tea or Coffee and includes St Columbs Cathedral. Step on guides available. Winner of numerous awards including NITB Tourism Hero Award.
McComb's Travel offers day tours with local experienced guides to the Giant's Causeway. We include stops like Carrick-a-rede Ropebridge, Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle & Carrickfergus Castle - all on-board our brand new luxury coaches.
‘A History of Terror’ is an award-winning city centre walking tour explaining the history of the Troubles in Northern Ireland and the path to peace and reconciliation.
‘There are few things as refreshing as finding there is another dimension behind the poetry of one so recognised and analysed, and that is what happens on every step of the journey through Heaney’s childhood terrain’
Travel Extra Review October 2014
Be guided through the peaks and valleys. Learn about the geological processes that formed the mountains, discover how past generations left their mark on the landscape and how the region was impacted by the second world war. Enjoy stunning scenary.
The popular song has made the Mournes the best known mountains in Ireland. Distinctive and self contained, they are tucked away in the south east corner of Northern Ireland, ...
Start at the northern side of the resort of Newcastle and cycle along the A50 towards the market town of Castlewellan. Before Castlewellan, turn left onto Tollymore Road and then right onto Middle Tollymore Road.
A popular approach to the Mournes. The woods fade away and a granite gravel path runs almost to the great Mourne wall. Look back down the glen to appreciate the elegant sweep of the bay.
An award winning art gallery dedicated to the memory of world-renowned sculptor Frederick Edward McWilliam who was born in Banbridge.
This is a fully guided cycling tour sampling the iconic trails of the Mourne Mountains alongside a select batch of the Mourne Mountains Brewery’s equally iconic ales.
You’ll get to experience the very best of the Mournes and their rich heritage.
The Saint Patrick Centre is the starting point for any visitor who wishes to know more about Ireland’s patron saint. The exhibition Ego Patricius – The Story of St. Patrick, explores Patrick’s legacy, and recalls the saint’s story, in his own words.
The Mourne Mountains are the highest and most dramatic in Northern Ireland, but you don’t have to climb the highest peaks to experience their majestic beauty. Beautiful and spectacular scenery can be enjoyed from the foothills along short and
Discover more passions ignited.
They say the jewel in County Down’s crown is the Mountains of Mourne sweeping down to the sea. True, yet there are many more hidden gems to explore. Here are a few that are sure to charm.
Are you ready to conquer the peaks of the highest and most spectacular mountain range in Northern Ireland?
Northern Ireland is #GOTterritory and it's easy to see why. Medieval buildings, rugged mountains and dramatic coastlines make Northern Ireland the perfect film set for HBO's epic Game of Thrones®.
When the trees along Northern Ireland’s famous Dark Hedges
Are you ready to conquer the peaks of the highest and most spectacular mountain range in Northern Ireland? For those looking for their next big hiking challenge, climb six of the highest peaks in the Mournes over three days, including Slieve Donard
Plan your day out with Translink. Translink has plenty of travel options to suit all types of days out. Whether you’re travelling alone, with friends, or the whole family, Translink has a great value ticket option for you!
From mountain top to sandy shore, hidden gems proliferate around the highways and byways of the Mourne Mountains.
Northern Ireland produces some of the finest food and drink in the world.
It's easy to get around Northern Ireland. Good roads, public transport and a range of discount passes will help you get to many of our most popular attractions and picturesque landscapes with minimal hassle.
With so many diverse landscapes in Northern Ireland, we have put together a list of our most spectacular natural wonders and manmade structures that every walker should experience first hand.
Are you looking for something new to experience in Northern Ireland? You will be surprised what you’ll find when you go off the beaten track. Here’s a quick guide to some of our best loved hidden gems and unique places to visit.