Visit Ulster

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Ulster is the northernmost province of Ireland, and its largest in terms of area. It is home to a wide variety of landscapes including mountains, valleys, sea cliffs and forests. Its history dates back thousands of years with archaeological sites like Navan Fort and the Giant's Ring offering fascinating glimpses into our past.

One must-visit destination in Ulster is the Giant's Causeway; an incredible basalt formation that reaches out from the Irish coast into the Atlantic Ocean. It was created by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago and makes for a truly breathtaking sight. Another popular attraction is Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge; a rope bridge connecting cliff top viewing points over 70ft below on either side.

The city of Belfast also offers numerous attractions such as Titanic Belfast, one of Northern Ireland's most popular tourist spots which commemorates those who lost their lives on the RMS Titanic in 1912. For those looking to explore further back in history there are plenty of castles across Ulster such as Enniskillen Castle or Dunluce Castle near Bushmills; both great places to explore with fantastic views out over the Irish Sea!