Our Club Site in Northern Ireland is definitely worth the trip across the Irish Sea, if you live on the mainland. Near the stunning Strangford Lough, it is surrounded by the beauty of Delamont Country Park.
The Strangford Stone was erected near the lough shore to celebrate the millennium. It is Ireland's tallest standing stone.
Delamont Country Park has an adventure playground with a fortress and aerial runway.
It also holds Northern Ireland's longest miniature railway, a heronry and mature woodlands. Free entry for campers.
Strangford Lough is one of Europe's most important marine sites and a paradise for birdwatchers.
Tyrella Beach is ten miles away and has a Blue Flag. The world famous Giant's Causeway is a drive away on the north coast. Visit the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge at the same time.
Downpatrick is five miles away from the site. St Patrick's grave is said to be here. The Saint has connections with several other local towns.
Sea fishing is available off Ardglass. Coarse and game fishing are also available locally.
Several marinas, anchorages and yacht clubs are on the Lough and at the coast for sailors.
Tyrella Beach is a lovely Blue Flag, sandy beach backed by sand dunes.
Mourne Heritage Trust gives visitors the chance to explore the Mourne and Slieve Croob Area of Outstanding Beauty on foot in the company of expert guides.
Enjoy a Guided Tour of Belfast by bus, taxi or on foot. Tours include murals, Stormont (Parliament) buildings, CS Lewis and Titanic Trails, among others.
The site is around an hour's drive from the Belfast Ferry and an hour and a half from the port of Larne for those travelling from the mainland.
Visit the Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
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