DISCOVER NORTHERN IRELAND...
There are plenty of things to do when you catch a ferry to Northern Ireland with P&O Ferries, our daily sailings mean you can travel by ferry from Cairnryan to Larne in just 2 hours. Giving you more time to explore!
Discover Northern Ireland this autumn from Causeway coastal walks to Belfast city breaks, we are sure there will be something for you to enjoy. Getting a ferry to Northern Ireland couldn’t be easier. Simply view our timetable, select the best time for you and begin planning your trip today! Remember to book direct with P&O Ferries to take advantage of the great offers we have for the Irish Sea.
The beating heart of Northern Ireland. The Belfast buzz will ensure you are energised, interested and entertained. Titanic Belfast Visitor Experience is not to be missed. Here you’ll find out about the world’s most famous ship and the people and city who built it. If that’s not enough, stroll the maritime mile to see the SS Nomadic and take a picture at The Big Fish. Get an authentic dose of history by taking a Black Cab Tour of the city. Craic, atmosphere, bustling bars, and contemporary restaurants can be found at St. George’s market and the Cathedral Quarter.
A scenic drive between two cities, the Causeway Coastal Route stretches from bustling Belfast to the Walled City of Derry and is sure to get your heart racing. Hugging the Atlantic coast, the driving route is studded with sandy beaches, fishing villages, gorse-covered valleys and fuchsia-edged clifftop paths. With over 40 destinations to discover along the route, take your time and savour every moment. Brave the Gobbins Cliff Path, be blown away by the natural wonder that is the Giant’s Causeway and walk the swinging Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge along your journey from one city to the next.
From 26th October – 1st November the Walled City of Derry comes alive with spooky festivities. Party with the supernatural at the Gothic Ball in a creepy 19th century church or take a spooky stroll along the city’s walls. The Carnival Parade featuring music, theatrics and performances is guaranteed to blow those cobwebs away! Let the imagination run wild as you join the celebrations and ghoulish events – be sure to pack your costume to join in the fun!
Derry-Londonderry is a perfect mix of cultural wonders. Take a walking tour to find out the history of the city’s 400-year walls, complete with gates, watchtowers and huge cannons. If you’re a fan of the hit TV show Derry Girls, be sure to check out the mural of the cast which was created by local artists. Take a stroll around the craft village for numerous shops selling work of local artists – travelling by ferry you’ll have plenty of space to take home purchases! In the evening, soak up the city’s famous nightlife, as traditional music spills out onto the streets from cosy pubs.
Fresh flavours, passionate producers and traditions handed down through generations: come and experience Northern Ireland's food for yourself. Try out the walled city’s ‘Made in Derry Food Tours’ for a taste of mouth-watering street food, or head to the city’s pubs, such as Peadar O'Donnell's where you’ll also be spoilt by the live music on show. In Belfast, dine at the Michelin star awarded (but affordable) EIPIC, or the popular Ox. For fresh local produce, pop into Sawers Deli or the buzzing St George’s Market. At Titanic Belfast, why not relax with the Titanic Sunday Afternoon Tea by a replica of the Grand Staircase.
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