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Coleraine is a town on the North coast of Ireland. Most of the interesting action takes place down the River Bann, where there are pleasant walks and a thriving marina , and at the University of Ulster campus with its excellent Riverside Theater. If you are on...

Donaghadee is a small market town whose origins lie in its proximity to the Scottish coast. In fact on a clear day its easy to see Galloway across the water if you climb up the little hill to the MOAT. The MOAT is the remains of...

Tiny Sherkin island in Cork is a real hidden gem on tours of Ireland. It is a delightfully pretty place and the considerable remains of a fifteenth century Franciscan friary nestle down by the quayside. Little Fuchsia spattered lanes lead across the island to fine sandy beaches...

We have just made available a nice Mercedes Viano for our golf tours in 2012. This vehicle is also available for Belfast tours and corporate trips. With one of our experienced driver/guides make your trip to Ireland memorable. But be aware bookings for Ireland tours and extended Belfast...

Lough Neagh is in Northern Ireland , and it is the largest lake in the British Isles. It is 20 miles long and 9 miles wide. It is pronounced "Loch Nay" Legend has it that the legendary Finn Mc Cool (of Giants Causeway fame) was so unimpressed...

The impressive , undulating Sperrin Mountains form the northeastern limits of County Tyrone. Wild, empty and beautiful, they reach 224ft at their highest , yet the smooth and gradually curving slopes give them a deceptively low appearance.  The covering of bog and heather adds to...

If you are thinking of touring Ireland in 2012 start booking  NOW !!! 2012 is the anniversary of  the tragic sinking of the Titanic and Belfast and the North of Ireland expect a huge amount of visitors. Especially on the back of the highly successful MTV...