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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Beaches & Seaside Towns
    When it comes to a summer holiday many people’s first thought is a beach somewhere. Golden sand as far as the eye can see. A gentle off-shore breeze. The roll and hiss of waves on the shore. You’ll find all that and a whole lot more right here in Northern Ireland.
  2. Camping & Glamping
    Freedom and facilities are what are attracting more and more people to the world of camping. Here in Northern Ireland you’ll find an awful lot of both of those things all across our counties. What’s more, because it’s so easy to get around here – from mountains to shores and from city skylines to forest canopies – camping is an amazing away to just pack up, get out there and discover everything that Northern Ireland has to delight and inspire you.
  3. Portrush Harbour

    Nothing says summer like a seaside town and Northern Ireland has some of the prettiest, most panoramic and most welcoming of all. Whether you’re looking for a coastal adventure, an encounter with sea-faring wildlife or villages to potter about in, there’s a place here for you. And if all that doesn’t have you reaching for the buckets and spades, our locally produced food and drink certainly will.  

    25 Jun 2020
  4. Davagh Forest Trails

    Northern Ireland is blessed with, well, let’s call it a temperate climate. So, when the sun comes out, so do we. In fact, we’re exceptionally good at making the most of our sunshine. And, happily, wherever you go you’ll find experiences and places to help you make the most of it too. Perhaps these ideas will get you started. 

    25 Jun 2020
  5. Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen

    Will rain stop play? Absolutely not. And nor will it dampen our spirits. Northern Ireland is no stranger to rain admittedly. So, we’ve had quite a lot of practice at coming up with what to do on a rainy day in Northern Ireland. In fact, in our humble opinion, some experiences may even be enhanced by the rain. Or liquid sunshine, as we prefer to think of it. 

    25 Jun 2020
  6. Slemish Mountain

    Now to some of you this might sound a little odd, and maybe it’s just us, but around these parts, particularly in autumn and winter, we like nothing more than getting out to smell the sea and feel the breeze on our faces before heading inside to a cosy pub to sit beside a fire and sip on our favourite tipple. Just go straight to the pub, says you. No way, that would be too easy. Anyway, for those who want to give it a try, here’s a few suggestions.

    25 Jun 2020
  7. Music Events
    The home of Ash, Snow Patrol, Two Door Cinema Club, Bicep and, of course, Van Morrison, Northern Ireland is renowned the world over for its music and song.
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