WHERE TO FIND USP&O Irish Sea Ferries Ltd.
The ferry terminal is 4 miles from Stranraer.
P&O FerriesThe Port
ScotlandTel: 0800 130 0030
In the lush green landscape and clean ocean waters, a distinct food culture has developed focusing on the very best local ingredients. Wherever you go you'll find fabulous food and hear stories of the talented local artisan producers who make this area a true foodie destination. Visit the famous St George’s Market in Belfast, discover Derry~Londonderry on a food tour, or explore one of the many cafes, gastropubs, distilleries along the north coast. From Michelin star fine dining to sumptuous traditional fayre and dynamic street food, Northern Ireland has it all.
Experience dramatic cliff-top castles, vast white sandy beaches, charming little villages and memorable scenic locations – the Causeway Coastal Route delivers an incredible amount of beauty within just 195 miles. Starting in the vibrant city of Belfast and finishing in Derry/Londonderry, sights along the way include the Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Dunluce Castle. Rated as one of the top 5 road trips worldwide, the route is all about taking your time and savouring the sights, sounds and flavours of this stunning coastline. So, take the car, hop on the ferry and explore the Causeway Coastal Route at your own pace.
Once you’re off the boat in Larne, the vibrant city of Belfast is only a short drive away. Belfast is the perfect base for the Causeway Coastal Route and is home to top attractions including Titanic Belfast, Crumlin Road Gaol and the Ulster Museum. By day, take in the hustle and bustle of St George’s Market or stroll around the lively University Quarter. In the evening, check out live music and traditional pubs in the Cathedral Quarter.
Ancient city walls, great restaurants and a rich cultural scene are making Derry/Londonderry one of the most exciting cities to visit in Northern Ireland. The gorgeous natural setting is complemented by structures that really set Derry/Londonderry apart: the Peace Bridge, the fully intact city walls, the Edwardian Guildhall and the murals.
For fans of the award-winning show, a world of wonder awaits. As you travel around Northern Ireland, you might find yourself in some well-known Westeros locations. From Ballintoy Harbour – which played the Iron Islands – to the Dark Hedges better known as the Kingsroad to Tollymore Forest Park – known as the Haunted Forest, it’s the perfect way to get that little bit closer to the action.