Where you’ll find a Silent Valley, the endless Mourne Wall and ‘bouldering’
Ireland’s newest city effortlessly mixes shopping, style and serenity
Picturesque promenade, leading from town centre to coastal path, past the prestigious marina.
At the east of High Street in Newtownards the Market Cross was built in 1636.
Park and picnic at this historic canal lock, then hike up through Fathom Forest to viewpoint.
A short coastal cycle with views across Dundrum Inner Bay
Hit the Rostrevor Trails
Maghera Church and Round Tower is of major historical importance in the region.
Three-dimensional and relief sculpture, carved from home-grown woods:elm, oad, yew, lime, etc. ...
For a unique shopping experience, visit the Creative Peninsula Christmas Craft Fayre.
From high wild mountain passes to curving sandy beaches, Newcastle has them all.
Riding lessons for all ages and standards offered on our hand-picked horses and ponies.
With a growing number of musicians joining this little collective, our aim is to provide NI with ...
Run by Adam's Auctioneers, The Ava Gallery is a hidden gem of visual arts in North Down.
The exhibition charts the history of Irish Dance from the late 1800s to present day, through ...
The exhibition commences with the establishment of the Newry Police Commissioners in 1828, the ...
Welcome to Field of Dreams – Northern Ireland’s ultimate field sports activity centre.Field ...
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