Sunday, 24 January 2016

Why not consider camping outdoors in the North Coast

County Antrim (named as a result of the town of Antrim) is one of 6 counties that form Northern Ireland, set in the north-east of Ireland. Adjoined to the north-east shore of Lough Neagh, County Antrim contains something like 3,046 square km's and enjoys a population of over 618,000 persons. It is one of six ancient counties of Northern Ireland and is inside of the traditional province of Ulster.

These days the Giants Causeway is a popular tourist attraction and part of the exciting Causeway Coast with spectacular places to explore like: Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge; Ballypatrick Forest; and countless other places of interest. Activities in and around the Ballycastle include: pony trekking; walking; and sea angling. There are a lot of holiday parks to set up camp for a brief stay or an extended holiday to explore the breath taking Causeway Coast. The most impressive of the camp sites on the north coast is Causeway Coast Holiday Park in Ballycastle, you'll find it is an awesome holiday park with genuinely fantastic elements like a family bar and warm indoors pool to allow you to get pleasure from your visit in north Antrim. There has been some substantial finance video productions being recorded in The North Of Ireland, you'll discover various excursions along the Causeway Coast, such as Game of Thrones. There are more impressive camp sites in the Antrim coast; which include Maddybenny camp site in Portrush and Causeway Coast Wigwams in Bushmills. For camping in the North Of Ireland, Camping NI has a full index of the north coast camp sites.

The Glens of Antrim give you isolated rugged panoramas, the Giant's Causeway is an intriguing area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bushmills is very well known for Whiskey, and Portrush is a famous seaside holiday resort.