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You will find everything you need to visit the Ulster Museum here. Ulster Bucket List: Eighteen fantastical places you should see before you go. The Ulster is Ireland's northernmost county and offers many opportunities to discover. This is an Ultimate Ulster Bucket List - things you need to do here before you do. Situated in a Natural Heritage Area (NHA), it stretches softly across the sea to the west.

DOWNINGS, a lively tourist resort mainly frequented by tourist from the North of Ireland, is situated at the top of the shore, with parking spaces for caravans at the back of the shore and a chalet that climbs up the slope behind the town.

Dowings' major road leads north to become the Panorama Atlantic Drive, which circles the promontory and also travels a magnificent 13 km route. Our field of vision covers the essential of the Danegal - jagged landscape in permanent struggle with the Atlantic Ocean - which is unfortunately more and more affected by a multitude of new buildings and parking lots for caravans.

The Slieve League is a hill on the Atlantic coastline of County Donegal, Ireland. With 601 meters it has some of the highest maritime rocks on the Irish Isle. Though less well known than the Clare County Cliffs of Moher, the Slieve League rocks are almost three high.

The Mussenden Temple is situated in the lovely area of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in County Derry. Situated on a dramatic 120-foot rocky outcrop high above the Atlantic Ocean on the northwest coastline of Northern Ireland, it offers stunning westerly vistas over Downhill Strand to Magilligan Point and County Donegal and eastward to Castlerock Strand to Portstewart, Portrush and Fair Head.

The Dunluce Castle is situated dramatic near a promontory that falls directly into the ocean together with the North Antrim coastline and was the head office of the MacDonnell Clan. One of the country's most favourite day trips is from Belfast, where guests take advantage of the chance to explore one of nature's most unusual trails.

Known locally just as The Glens, The glens of Antrim is a county of Antrim, Northern Ireland. There are nine plateaus, stretching from the Antrim Plateau to the coastline. An area of exceptional untouched nature, the Glen is an important tourism destination in northern Antrim.

Most of the people living in the Glen are Irish natives, Ulster Scots and Hebridean Scots. Trim. It is mainly a touristic landmark and is in the possession and control of the National Trust. It had 247,000 unique attendees in 2009. Situated on the south shore of Belfast Lough, Crawfordsburn Country Park offers two magnificent sandy areas, dramatic countryside, quiet strolls through verdant forests and a breathtaking cascade of water.

For the Mourne Hills is a magnificent country of the County Down. Comprises the highest peaks in Northern Ireland and Ulster County. An area of exceptional untouched nature, The Mournes was suggested as the first Northern Ireland Marine Reserve. This area is partially the property of the Swiss Trust and is visited by a large number of people every year.

The Down is a Church of Ireland Kathedrale. The Enniskillen Castle, on the banks of the Erne River in the county of Fermanagh, was constructed almost 600 years ago by the reigning Gaelic Maguires. As one of the few passport guards to Ulster, it was of strategic importance in its time. Today, the historical site is home to two major museum buildings, the Fermanagh County Museum and the Inniskillings Museum.

Iconical place in the lovely Fermanagh Lake District. One of the most picturesque monasteries in Ireland. There is a round turret from the twelfth centuries on the peninsula and the Saint Molaise oratory which founded the convent in the sixth millennium, on a pilgrimage path to Croagh Patrick in the earldom of Mayo.

Choice of Cavan's No. 1 touristic destination on TripAdvisor. Cuchulain is said to have stored there at nights, while during the days he conducted his own defense of Ulster against the forces of Maeve. Number 1 Trip Advisor attractions to date. The Castle Leslie Estate, home to an Ireland based subsidiary of Clan Leslie and covering an area of 4 sq km, Castle Leslie is both the name of a historical country house and a 1,000 hectare property adjoining the Glaslough hamlet, 11 km northeast of Monaghan City in County Monaghan, Republic of Ireland.

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