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Circular walk with stunning views over Belfast City
Circular walk on the summit of Divis
Stunning views of Belfast and beyond
With spectacular panoramic views over Belfast, Divis and the Black Mountain is a haven...
Ireland’s Highest Coffee Shop @ 1025 ft.!
Circular walk that circumnavigates Divis Mountain
Hillside walk suitable for all abilities
Short walk with steep sections
Experience the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area.
The Museum examines Ireland's role in the 1st World War.
The cafe at the Somme Museum, providing snacks and light meals during the Museum's opening hours.
Slievenacloy Nature Reserve is a species rich grassland set within the Belfast Hills.
The circular Divis Ridge trail is located in the Belfast Hills and offers spectacular skyline views over Belfast. Other views from the viewpoint include the Mourne Mountains, Scotland and the Isle of Man.
With spectacular panoramic views over Belfast, Divis and the Black Mountain is a haven for those seeking the wild countryside experience. On a clear day there are views of Strangford Lough, the Mournes and the Sperrins, as well as Scotland...
Divis Coffee Barn is a new coffee shop serving delicious home-baked food and Bewley's signature coffees and teas. Visitors can access the user-friendly trails or simply enjoy the scenery and unequalled views from the comfort of the Coffee Barn.
Gentle circular route that leads you across the open hills on a wide, flat and gently sloping path. Lough Neagh, the Sperrins and further afield can be viewed on a clear day.
Rising to the east on the slopes of Divis Mountain, the Crumlin River has carved a short but deep glen here as it approaches the waters of Lough Neagh.
Experience the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area. Being so close to the city, fantastic views over Belfast and beyond can be easily enjoyed at Cave Hill and Belfast Castle or Black Mountain.
The Museum examines Ireland's role in the 1st World War with special reference to the cross-community involvement in the 3 local volunteer Divisions: the 10th and 16th (Irish) Divisions and the 36th (Ulster) Division.
The Cafe @ the Somme Heritage Centre is open the same hours as the main Museum. The cafe provides snacks and light lunches as well as a variety of speciality teas and coffees. The cafe can cater for groups and events(booking essential.)
Slievenacloy is a vast wildlife paradise of grassland, meadows, rush and heath. It is particularly important for orchids, birds and fungi and offers panoramic views from the Mournes to the Sperrins and beyond. The site is managed by Ulster Wildlife.
When it comes to walking there are few who love it more than man’s best friend. With so many places to explore on foot we’ve put together some fantastic walks in Northern Ireland with dog friendly accommodation and places to eat nearby that are sure
Northern Ireland spoils sky-watchers with big open skies and incredible places to get up close and personal with the sight of thousands of bright, glimmering stars. To get an inkling of what’s twinkling in the night sky, here are seven places that
The Belfast Hills provide a tranquil contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life below. Travel just minutes from the city centre for fantastic views over Belfast and beyond.
There are many things to see and do in Belfast cost-free, and that's not even counting the city’s frequent free festivals and events. Here are 14 freebies to get you started.
Stuck for ideas on what to do in Belfast this weekend? Then wonder no more. We've taken the leg work out of it for you with our top 26 things to do in Belfast on a Sunday.