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Northern Ireland shelters a stunning natural heritage and a cultural identity of great richness. Hiring a motorhome or a campervan there will allow you to explore every corner of this mysterious territory. These stunning landscapes have been used as sceneries on set for the world famous series Game of Thrones. Fans will be immersed in the fantastical universe of Westeros while others will still be in awe of its natural beauty.
In the Mourne Mountains, the Silent Valley will carry you to a wild environment where peacefulness reigns. Follow the route around the water reservoir in your motorhome and reflect on the stunning panoramas. Not far from there, the Down Cathedral of Downpatrick awaits you for a guided tour. Saint-Patrick, to whom we pay tribute every March 17th, is said to have been buried there. Go around the Ards Peninsula by renting a motorhome and let yourself be charmed by traditional fishing villages such as Donaghadee or Portaferry. Take advantage of your trip by visiting Greyabbey, a town with rich history and legends.
Head then to Belfast, a city whose tragic past has recently turned into a modern cultural pole. Stroll in the town centre to discover numerous murals, the Titanic Experience and St Anne’s Cathedral. Thanks to the motorhome rental, explore Cave Hill, a hill overhanging the Northern Island capital. Go potholing or visit the wonderful city castle and its gardens.
Hire a motorhome to follow the coast of the Giants' Causeway. From Belfast to the historical city of Derry, discover stunning touristic places. The Gobbins cliff path, a superb 3h long walk along the cliffs will leave you speechless. Going to Carrickfergus and Dunluce castles is also a must and should not be missed! Brave Carrick-a-Rede’s rope bridge if you are in search of adrenaline or visit the Old Bushmills Distillery, the oldest in the world! Finally, hiring a motorhome in Northern Ireland will bring you to the most beautiful attraction in the country: the Giant’s Causeway, a breath-taking area of almost 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, which are the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
People fond of the outdoors will appreciate the Sperrins, a mountain network well-known for truly being a hiking temple. Observe the beautiful panoramas of this wild and preserved zone. Head then to Beaghmore Stone, where you will see numerous megaliths from the Copper Age that will delight amateur archaeologists! By renting a motorhome in county Fermanagh, you’ll appreciate the Lough Erne, two lakes that are separated by an arm of the Erne river. Relax by fishing, explore the charming inhabited or wild islands and visit the Enniskillen castle beside the lake. End your journey with a touch of adventure in the underground Marble Arch Caves.