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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. A male and female couple walking Saint Patrick's trail atop Slemish Mountain on a wet and overcast day. She is stepping over a large puddle while he closely follows. Miles of green fields are visible in the background.
    When the temperature starts to drop, the leaves begin to fall and the salty sea breeze beckons you outdoors, it's time to plan an invigorating walk which ends in a cosy seat by the fire and your favourite tipple in hand. Here's our suggestions of where to go...
    25 Jun 2020
  2. Festive Inspiration
    Celebrate Christmas and ring in the New Year in Northern Ireland - it's a fabulous setting for making new memories with your nearest and dearest.
  3. Beaches & Seaside Towns
    When it comes to a summer holiday many people’s first thought is a beach somewhere. Golden sand as far as the eye can see. A gentle off-shore breeze. The roll and hiss of waves on the shore. You’ll find all that and a whole lot more right here in Northern Ireland.
  4. A mountain biker taking on Boundary Rock as part of the red trail at Davagh Forest Trails in the Sperrin Mountains, just outside of Cookstown, County Tyrone.

    Northern Ireland is blessed with, well, let’s call it a temperate climate. So, when the sun comes out, so do we. In fact, we’re exceptionally good at making the most of our sunshine. And, happily, wherever you go you’ll find experiences and places to help you make the most of it too. Perhaps these ideas will get you started. 

    25 Jun 2020
  5. 4 visitors learning how to bake traditional bread and soda at Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen in Kilinchy, County Down. The table is covered in flour and cooking utensils.

    Will rain stop play? Absolutely not. And nor will it dampen our spirits. Northern Ireland is no stranger to rain admittedly. So, we’ve had quite a lot of practice at coming up with what to do on a rainy day in Northern Ireland. In fact, in our humble opinion, some experiences may even be enhanced by the rain. Or liquid sunshine, as we prefer to think of it. 

    25 Jun 2020
  6. Music Events
    The home of Ash, Snow Patrol, Two Door Cinema Club, Bicep and, of course, Van Morrison, Northern Ireland is renowned the world over for its music and song.
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