Welcome to Northern Ireland!

 

Welcome to Northern Ireland and to our website – designed to inspire and provide travel advice for independent, self-drive or small group visitors on what to see and do in Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland is a small region with a lot for a visitor to enjoy!  We have lakes, mountains, a walled city, a stunning coastline, castles, green fields, St Patrick’s country, UNESCO world heritage site the Giant’s Causeway, legends and saints, and modern highlights such as the Titanic Experience in Belfast.

There is such a lot to see and do and we know it can get overwhelming when planning a trip so we have divided the region into four areas of interest – click on the images below, and also put together an interactive visitor map – see below.

Happy planning!

Use our interactive map to start planning your journey

Hover over the red dots on the map to learn more about our most popular tourist destinations.

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    Belfast

    Including The Titanic Experience, Troubles Tours, St George’s Market, pubs and museums. LEARN MORE >>

    The South West & Fermanagh Lakelands

    Including St Patrick’s Country, the Mourne Mountains, beaches, the Peace Maze, stately homes. LEARN MORE >>

    The South East, Mournes & St Patrick's Country

    Including ancient monastic sites, the fabulous Marble Arch Caves, ‘The Stairway to Heaven’, watersports and stately homes. LEARN MORE >>

    • The North and Causeway Coast, including the walled city of Derry, the Glens of Antrim, Carrickfergus Castle, Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Red Rope Bridge, castles, beaches, golf
    • The South East and Mourne Mountains, including St Patrick’s Country, the Mourne Mountains, beaches, the Peace Maze, stately homes
    • Belfast, including The Titanic Experience, Troubles Tours, St George’s Market, pubs and museums
    • The South West and Fermanagh Lakelands, including ancient monastic sites, the fabulous Marble Arch Caves, ‘The Stairway to Heaven’, watersports and stately homes

     

    About Northern Ireland Holidays

    David and Katie - Northern Ireland Holidays
    David and Katie exploring Benone Beach – with cliff-top Mussenden Temple in the background.

    After more than quarter of a century spent living and working in Hong Kong, David Donnelly and his wife Katie McGregor are now living in, and loving Northern Ireland. For David it has been a return to a country he left 33 years ago and the changes are remarkable and all for the good; for Zimbabwe-born and Fiji-raised Katie it has been a fantastic experience discovering this beautiful region.

    Although Northern Ireland is now our home, we feel like tourists as we discover the region – and beyond. And it is this knowledge and these experiences we want to share with others through our website, Northern Ireland Holidays, a discovery of Ireland’s Mythical North.

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