County Antrim

Antrim is county located in the Northern part of Ireland. About a mile from it, the county takes you to the 10th century with some of the famous Irish round towers. Close to the towers, you can jump in time to the prehistoric ages with what’s known as “Witches’ Stone.” Antrim is also known for its notable castles including Antrim Castle, Shane’s Castle, Carrickfergus Castle, Red Bay Castle, and Glenarm Castle.

Royal Portrush Golf Club: A Legendary Irish Course

Royal Portrush Golf Course
ConnollyCove is here to guide you around some of the best golf courses in Ireland. Royal Portrush Golf Club is undeniably one of the most famous and challenging Irish course to exist.Royal Portrush offers a 36-hole club with two linked courses, the championship Dunluce...

Amazing Parks in Ireland: Must Visit Parks for Tourists and Locals

St Stephens Green Dublin, County Dublin
Looking for amazing things to do this Summer? Well, we've created a list of all the best parks in Ireland for you to enjoy when the Irish sunshine appears. After all, the parks in Ireland offer some of the most beautiful spots to enjoy...

Troubled Soil: Islandmagee’s Hidden History

Islandmagee History Seafront Image at ConnollyCove
Hidden in the rocky hills of County Antrim’s east coast lies Islandmagee, a grassy peninsula town epicentre to the nearby ports of Larne and Whitehead. Sparsely populated and distant from the glaring lights of Belfast city, the town’s coastal areas are widely visited by...

Things To Do in Portrush: Attractions and Activities on the North West Coast

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Exploring Portrush: A Guide For Entertainment-Seekers Things to do in Portrush? Portrush is a relatively large town that's perfect for tourists to explore and discover thanks to its great coastal setting.PLUS, plenty of attractions and activities, a wide range of restaurants and local beaches offer...

The Famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-rede, Northern Ireland
Located near the town of Ballintoy in the beautiful County Antrim lies the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge sways 30 metres above the glistening ocean waves that has been around for over 250 years. The rope bridge is owned and maintained...

The Gobbins: Europe’s Most Dramatic Cliff Path

Views from The Gobbins
Northern Ireland is filled with my amazing attractions but one that is very unique and considered as one of the most dramatic cliffs walks in Europe is 'The Gobbins'. The Gobbins is a spectacular cliff path located in Islandmagee, County Antrim along the Causeway ...

Fun Things to do in Northern Ireland

Todds Leap - Fun things to do in Northern Ireland
There are many amazing reasons why you should visit Northern Ireland. It is steeped in great history, culture and has many unforgettable attractions. If you're looking for a country that’s full of fun then you'll be greatly surprised by what Northern Ireland has to...

Belfast Street Art: A Tour Around the Cathedral Quarter (and Beyond)

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Belfast's Stunning Street Art: a Tour Around the Art of Belfast City The street art of Belfast conveys a huge amount of history and present-day cultural expression through some very intricate and stunning street art.ProfileTree placement student Daire Cullen takes us on a tour of...

Carrickfergus Castle: The Strongman

Exploring Carrickfergus Castlevideo
On the shores of Belfast Lough, lies one of the most unique monuments of Northern Ireland. Carrickfergus Castle, also known as The Strongman, ages more than 800 years old. Carrickfergus Castle is an inseparable part of the greater Irish heritage and an important destination...

Christmas Magic in Belfast, Northern Ireland

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Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year and Belfast doesn’t let us down when it comes to the festive season. The streets are full of beautiful lights, Christmas events and lots of pubs and restaurant here also do special Christmas...