The 191 hectare Carnfunnock Country Park has combined man-made attractions and entertainment with the splendour of its natural scenery in a way which is quite special.
On stunning beautiful Strangford Lough, amidst rolling countryside, Delamont offers you the chance to ‘get away from it all’ in tranquil, rural surroundings. The park’s relaxing atmosphere makes it a place to dream and settle into the slow rhythm of the countryside.
The Gobbins Cliff Path is a is a a re-awakened coastal experience at Islandmagee, County Antrim, Northern Ireland – on the Causeway Coastal Route. The path runs across bridges, past caves and through a tunnel along the spectacular cliff-face of The Gobbins Cliffs. It first opened in 1902 and quickly became famous as a white knuckle walk.
The Copeland Islands is a group of three islands in the North Irish Sea, situated 3.6km off the coast from Donaghadee in County Down, Northern Ireland. Lighthouse Island is now owned by the National Trust and operated by volunteer members of the Copeland Bird Observatory. The ruins of the original keepers’ house have been rebuilt to house a bird observatory.
The North Down Coastal Path is one of the finest shoreline walks in Ireland. It extends along the southern shore of Belfast Lough from Holywood to Portavoe near Groomsport.
Discover the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area. Walkers are rewarded with spectacular views over Belfast and beyond.
Newtownabbey’s new walking and cycling route runs from Corr’s Corner to Mossley Mill, Monkstown and onto the shores of Belfast Lough at Whiteabbey. Keen pedestrians and cyclists are already making use of the path which will undoubtedly be a major attraction for both residents and visitors to the Borough.
A variety of walks are available in Redburn. All walks start from the main car park. Those who do venture to the top are rewarded with amazing views over Belfast Lough.
This scenic and tranquil park on the outskirts of Limavady offers spectacular riverside views and woodland walks along with opportunities for salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, rock climbing and orienteering.
There are over 7km of stunning woodland and riverside walks with wooden steps & boardwalks. It’s habitat is home to many different species of wildlife and bird life. The old Burntollet River has created a magnificent waterfall, gorges, potholes and rapids which are a feature of Ness Wood today.