- The beautiful scenery of Northern
Ireland is its main attraction and tourists are drawn to the
rural ares of the causeway coast, the Lakes of Fermanagh, the
Glens of Antrim and the mountains of Mourne. Lough Neagh and
the wild Sperrin Mountains are equally attractive but less well
known walking areas, and the Ulster Way is one of Ireland's best
long - distance footpaths.
- For many, the south - western
counties represent the best that Ireland can offer the holiday
- maker. The counties of Cork and Kerry have beautiful coastlines,
charming towns, a mild climate provided by the Gulf Stream and
lush inland scenery.
- The three western counties
of Galway, Clare and Mayo encompass a huge variety of landscapes
and sights. Highlights are the grey - white expanses of bare
limestone in the Burren, and the wild coast and mountains of