Staycation in Belfast
Why not visit Cooley Mountains enroute to Belfast, take in the landscape of one of the most unspoilt, rolling countryside with beautiful seascapes and panoramas from the mountain tops in all directions. The views from the various summits include Carlingford Lough, the Mourne Mountains, Slieve Gullion and it's Ring Dyke Hills, Camlough Mountain and Lake, Dundalk Bay, the ancient plains of Muirthemne and on a good clear day the Isle of Man. It is little wonder that the area is considered by many to be one of the most scenic in Ireland.
From here, you will be driven onto Warrenpoint which is a small port town and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It sits at the head of Carlingford Lough, south of Newry, and is separated from the Republic of Ireland by a narrow strait, have lunch in one of the many restaurants or pubs, whichever takes your fancy.
Narrow Water Castle is a stunning castle venue. The Elizabethan revival castle in breathtaking surroundings is the perfect setting take a leisurely stroll around, The Castle, landscaped gardens, forests and lakes provide unrivalled backdrops for photography, ensuring that your trip can be beautifully captured.
The Slieve Gullion Forest Adventure Playpark is a must visit for the young and young at heart alike, providing award winning play facilities for children and young people, there is lots of fun and adventure to be had.
Overnight at one of the many hotels or B&Bs in Belfast ?
Visit Titanic Belfast, the worlds largest Titanic Experience, exploring the Titanic experience in a fresh and insightful way.
Once done with your tour of the Titanic, take a drive through the infamous streets of Belfast before returning home.