Competitive Priced Ferry Crossings

Ireland • UK • Isle of Man • Europe

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Choose from a range of ferry routes that are best suited to this itinerary:

Cairnryan - Belfast

Cairnryan - Larne

Liverpool - Belfast

No passports are required on any of these routes so pack your car/motorhome or motorcycle and sail the Irish Sea on a variety of new stylish, spacious ships.

DAY 1: Londonderry/Derry

 Derry Walls: The only remaining fully walled city in Ireland and one of Europe's finest examples.

 Museum of Free Derry: Museum focusing on the civil rights of the 1960's and 1970's.

 Peace Bridge: Built in 2011 the bridge spans the two sides of the city and has become an icon of the city.

 Guildhall: Built in 1887 this is a fine example of neo-gothic architecture.

 Tower Museum: The museum houses two permanent exhibitions, the Story of Derry and an Armada Shipwreck.


DAY 2: Londonderrry - Enniskillen

Harry Avery's Castle: Built by the O'Neil clan around 1320 this is considered one of the first stone Castle's built by the Irish Chieftains.

Ulster American Folk Park: An adventure which takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster to the log cabins of the American frontier.

Beaghmore Stone Circles: Mysterious complex of 7 Bronze Age circles.

Belleek Pottery: Step into a world where pottery traditions have been handed down from generation to generation.

Enniskillen Castle: Strategically important castle built almost 600 years ago by the Gaelic Maguires.

Marble Arch Caves & Eco Park: Home to one of the finest show caves in Europe.

Castle Coole: One of Ireland's finest neo-classical houses.

Florence Court: Formerly home to the Earls of Enniskillen it is surrounded by a large area of parkland, woodland and garden.


DAY 3: Enniskillen - Newcastle

Armagh Observatory: Founded in 1789 this is a modern astronomical research institute open to the public.

St Patrick's Cathedral: Built in a Gothic Revival style the foundation stones were laid by Bishop Dorran in 1886.

The Navan Centre: Interprets one of Ireland's most important ancient monuments, Navan Fort, the ancient capital and seat of the Kings of Ulster.

Mourne Mountains: The best known mountains in Ireland sweeping down to the sea at Newcastle.


DAY 4: Newcastle - Belfast

Tollymore Forest Park: A wonderful forest park for tree lovers with a number of spectacular walks.

Mountstewart House: A stunning estate in the beautiful scenic area of Strangford Lough

Rowallane Gardens: It is one of the most beautiful gardens to visit in Northern Ireland and is often described as a hidden gem.

St Patrick Centre: The Saint Patrick Centre is the starting point for any visitor who wishes to know more about Ireland's patron saint.

Castle Ward House: This 18th century house has 2 distinctly different facades , Classical and Gothic. The beautiful 820 acre walled demesne overlooks Strangford Lough.


DAY 5: Belfast 

Titanic Experience: Tell the story of RMS Titanic through nine galleries from conception to tragic end.

Belfast City Hall: Magnificent Edwardian Building built in 1906.

Queens University: Beautiful College designed by Sir Charles Lanyon and opened in 1849.

Crumlin Road Gaol: Discover the history of HMP Belfast and see the condemned men's cell.

Stormont Buildings: Built in 1921 this is the home of the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Step back in time and discover what life was like 100 year ago.

 Please note due to social distancing measures we recommend that you pre-book attractions in advance to avoid disappointment.

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If you would like to extend your stay and explore more of our beautiful country why not enquire about our other touring routes... Your adventure starts here.