Northern Ireland, a place of fantastic landscapes, warm welcomes, dramatic history and enduring legends.
F amed for its coastal routes, its vibrant cities and breath-taking scenery, the North Of Ireland is home the world famous Game of Thrones, UNESCO World Heritage site of the Giants Causeway, the birthplace of the Titanic and homeland of literary Nobel Prise winner Seamus Heaney; these are just a flavour of what this special part of Ireland has to offer. Famed for its golfing hero’s and stunning courses, the opportunity to explore the outdoors and participate in soft or more active outdoor pursuits Northern Ireland won’t disappoint. ITOA members have developed a host of interesting and surprising itineraries for groups and individual that will ensure visitors make the most of their holiday or business event to the North of Ireland.
There are city breaks and stunning landscapes to explore, hidden gems and quiet backwaters to be explored and along the way you are sure to find stories of ancient pasts, the rich history and cultural of a place that will leave you fulfilled and wanting to return again.
Discover the Northern Ireland
A Tale of Two Cities - Belfast and Derry
The Causeway Coast
The Game of Thrones
The Good, The Dark and The Quirky
Your Wild Atlantic Way Passport
You can now pick up your very own Wild Atlantic Way passport; a unique souvenir of you or your family's completed journey along this exceptional route. Not only is it a genuine passport to paradise, it also gives you the chance to meet locals in the many towns and villages dotted along this winding coastline. Your passport will serve as proof that you've travelled this astonishing 2,500km length of coast, and also enables you to obtain your 'Wild Atlantic Way Certificate', the official record of your journey. Pop into any Post Office on the Wild Atlantic Way and pick up your passport.
How to Get There
- Belfast International Airport
- George Best Belfast City Airport
- City of Derry Airport
- Dublin City