Take a trip to Northern Island on your next caravan holiday. There really is something for everyone here – with plenty of caravan sites to choose from, some are small and peaceful while others are busy and lively, some are remote while others are in tourist resorts, you can make sure you choose a site that best expresses your caravanning holiday needs.
The country of Northern Ireland is jam packed full of things to explore and discover from maritime history and mythology to transport and trade. Learn the unique stories about the main tourist attractions like the tale of Saint Patrick to how the ship the Titanic was built in Belfast (today the cranes that helped build the Titanic, the Samson and Goliath still stand in the dock area), from the awe inspiring Giant’s Causeway to the Mountains of Mourne and the Walled City of Derry. Experience the excitement of crossing the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, or join in with the nightlife in Portrush, Ballycastle offers tranquil relaxation where as Rathin is the best place for nature.
Drive the motorhome or tow the caravan along the Causeway Coastal Route, which will show off the vibrant colours, unspoilt countryside and dramatic coastal landscape – only some of the reasons that this drive has been rated as one of the Top Five Road Trips worldwide.
Northern Island also has rugged cliffs that stretch for miles (eighty to be exact), broken only by 9 deep green glens – the Glens of Antrim. Glenariff, Queen of the Glens, is artguable the most beautiful of them all, with the wild beauty of its waterfalls and trail skirting a sheer plunging gorge, yet Cushendall, capital of the Glens, is a lively centre of music, dance and craic.
If you’re looking for a bit of a aquatic experience on your caravan or camping holiday then Northern Island offers plenty of sailing, surfing, sea angling and scuba diving, and has a variety of charter hire and marina facilities allowing holiday makers to dive deep into the clear waters around Rathlin Island with Aquaholics Dive Centre, or even just enjoy the Blue Flag breakers at Ballycastle and Portrush.