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Ness Wood Country Park

Ness Wood Country Park

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.

Marble Arch Caves

Marble Arch Caves

Take in the world-famous Marble Arch Caves. Check out our 360° panorama to get a great impression of the caves.

Silent Valley

Silent Valley

The Silent Valley is a Mountain Park situated in the high Mournes in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty features a dam ringed by dramatic Mountain panoramas and the famous Mourne wall located in the U-shaped valley of the Kilkeel river.

Tyrella Beach

Tyrella Beach

With its miles of sandy beach and sparkling clean water, Tyrella is a firm favourite with holidaymakers. Kids can splash around happily in one of the safest, cleanest beaches in Ireland, while adults relax and enjoy the stunning natural setting at the foot of the magnificent Mountains of Mourne.

Banagher Glen

Banagher Glen

Banagher Glen is one of the oldest ancient oak woodlands in Ireland. Located three miles from Dungiven spectacular views can be enjoyed by the visitor, whilst hill walking enthusiasts will enjoy a challenging 14km circular walk through a magnificent lake and forest .

Benbradagh Mountain

Benbradagh Mountain

Benbradagh Mountain falls within the Sperrins Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, overlooking Dungiven at the gateway to the Glenshane Pass. A short climb along the old “American Road” provides some of the finest views around with minimum effort to the southern Sperrins and to Donegal.

Quoile Countryside Centre

Quoile Countryside Centre

Wander through lush woodlands and wetlands of this tranquil riverside haven where wildfowl nest among the reeds and riverbanks.

Peatlands Park

Peatlands Park

Amongst the attractions in the Park are a minature railway and an outdoor turbary site where visitors can get the feel (and the smell!) of cutting turf. The Park is rich in insects, particularly butterflies, moths, dragonflies and damselflies. Many woodland and wetland birds and several species of waterfowl nest here.

Watch out for the annual NI Bog Snorkling Championships in July!

Crawfordsburn Country Park

Crawfordsburn Country Park

Crawfordsburn Country Park is situated on the southern shores of Belfast Lough. It is full of variety, featuring 3.5.km of coastline, often rugged and rocky, the two best beaches in the Belfast area, a deep wooded glen with an impressive waterfall at its head, a pond and wildflower meadows with excellent views over the Lough.

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Downpatrick Town

We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.

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