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Northern Ireland is a land of only 5,470 square miles(14,160 square kilometre's) with approximately 330 miles of coastline(530 kilometre's). It is divided into 6 counties, these are, Antrim, Armagh, Derry(or Londonderry), Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone. The scenery is varied and beautiful. The coastline, sometimes rugged with high cliffs, boasts many splendid sandy beaches. There is accommodation to suit most pockets. It includes hostels, B&B in family homes, guesthouses and hotels. They offer a warm Irish welcome and are mostly of an excellent standard.
County Derry is located in the north of Ireland, sharing its western border with Donegal in the republic. Its principle city, Londonderry, derives its name from the master builders sent from London to rebuild the ruined medieval town. The city walls have never been breached and form a walkway approximately 1.5kilometre's in circumference. Worth a visit is Portstewart with its strand of white sand stretching for two miles and Limavady with its 7 mile strand, frequently described as one of the best beaches in Europe.
County Antrim, in the northeast is famous for the Giant's Causeway. Created during a volcanic period, columns of dark basalt rise from the ground towards the sky. 6 miles to the east is Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, which spans a chasm between Rocky Island and the mainland. Other attractions include Old Bushmills Distillery and Carrickfergus Castle.
County Down, in the southeast, is home to Strangford Lough, the largest sea lough in the British Isles, and the Mourne Mountains, made famous in song. If you have time, visit Mount Stewart House & Gardens, Castle Ward and Down Royal Race Course.
County Armagh, is the smallest of the 6 counties. Tourists might like to visit Oxford Island, the National Nature Reserve, on the southern shore of Lough Neagh or Navan Fort one of Ireland's most important monuments, the ancient capital of the Kings of Ulster. Other highlights include Armagh's Cathedral and Archbishop's Palace, Armagh Planetarium and Gosford Forest Park & Castle. Children will enjoy Ardress House, with its livestock, playground and woodland walks.
County Fermanagh, in the southwest, is the lake district of Northern Ireland. Lough Erne plays host to all manner of watersports, including fishing, canoeing, waterskiing and much more. Other must visit attractions are Marble Arch Caves one of Europe's finest showcaves and Belleek Pottery, on the banks of the river Erne, famed thoughout the world.
County Tyrone, the largest county in Northern Ireland with Omagh town at its centre, an excellent base for touring the county. Don't miss the "Let The Dance Begin" sculpture on the Lifford road, Near Strabane or the Ulster American Folk Park, north of Omagh. Visit Cookstown, famous for its sausages, and after that, head south to the Tyrone Crystal factory in Dungannon.