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Ah Northern Ireland… a British Province built on a Giant’s soul!

Whether you like wide open spaces or cities with a significant history, Northern Ireland is a fantastic destination. The Province is liked for its rugged beauty, the hospitality of its inhabitants, its Irish pubs, excellent restaurants, its traditional music culture and its countless tourist activities!

Amongst the most famous sites and one of the world’s most scenic roads: the legendary Giant’s Causeway coastal road. The UNESCO World Heritage Site offers breathtaking views with its thousands of basalt columns, steep cliffs and sandy beaches (especially in Portrush), fishing villages and sumptuous castles (Glenarm Castle, Dunseverick Castle and Dunluce Castle).

Nature-lovers will also be in paradise. Between the Mourne Mountains and Ireland’s iconic dry stone walls, the Glenveagh National Park and its castle, Fermanagh Lakelands, Marble Arch Caves, the Celtic landscapes of County Donegal or the small unspoilt Inishfree island on the West coast, peaceful Northern Ireland is a delight for everyone.

Some unforgettable towns are to be discovered as well: Belfast, birthplace of the Titanic, Derry -Londonderry- the fortified city, Armagh Saint-Patrick’s Chosen city, Bushmills and its whiskey Distillery, … dynamic and historical cities where there is always something to do!

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Traditional Irish bread making in a cosy Farmhouse kitchen  
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One-day activities: One day in County Fermanagh
Boat journey from Enniskillen to Devenish Island Discovery of the Island and Devenish Island monastic site dating from the VIth century Picnic on the island Lake Lough Erne crossing by boat to the Boatyard Distillery Guided tour of the bottle-to-farm distillery and Gin tasting Return to Enniskillen by the coastal road along the lake
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Two-day activities: On the Irish Giant footpaths
DAY 1 Discovery of basalt stone columns of the Giant’s Causeway at dawn and coastal walk from Portcoon to Giant’s Organ Fish & Chips in Bushmills city-centre Introduction to surfing for 2h on the North coast Dinner at a traditional Irish pub in Portrush Overnight stay in a family cottage   DAY 2 Discovery of Castlerock cliffs, Mussenden Temple built in the XVIIIth century on a 120 foot cliff top and its nearby mansion. Spectacular views over County Donegal, Magilligan Point and Downhill Strand Picnic in Downhill House gardens Horse riding along the gorgeous coast: And if there is enough time, some Game of Thrones locations can be visited!

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Ah Northern Ireland… a British Province built on a Giant’s soul ! Whether you like wide open spaces or cities with a significant history, Northern Ireland is a fantastic destination. The Province is liked for its rugged beauty, the hospitality of its inhabitants, its Irish pubs, excellent restaurants, its traditional music culture and its countless tourist activities!