Famed for its outstanding natural beauty, Northern Ireland’s landscape is remarkably diverse. The haunting scenery ranges from the peaceful Fermanagh Lakeland and drumlin landscape of Strangford Lough, to the bizarrely shaped basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway and the wild granite peaks of the Mourne Mountains.
Perfect for walking.
County Down boasts a fabulously rich array of walks - from gentle strolls around Mount Stewart lake to farmland trails at Castle Ward.
From the blustery and brisk heights of Divis to the oasis of inner-city calm that is Minnowburn, there is something for everyone in Belfast this spring.
Get active this spring and explore the woodland walks at Castle Coole, Crom and Florence Court in County Fermanagh.
These walks are perfect for those who want to get out and about this spring to enjoy nature at its best, without making the heart race.
Combine the intimacy of antiqued woods, the vast bleakness of the cliff edge and the the human eccentricity of Mussenden Temple this spring.