During our recent stay in Benone, we decided to catch the ferry from Magilligan, on the North Coast of Northern Ireland, to Greencastle in the South, to explore the Inishowen region of Donegal.
It’s not somewhere I had ever been, so I randomly picked Culdaff as our first stop, and what a beautiful place it was. Just 10 miles from the ferry we found golden sandy beaches, a quiet cove, a play park for the kids and the Atlantic Ocean shimmering in every shade from tourquoise to cobalt blue! As part of the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route, this little gem is unmissable, and much better than my photo’s suggest!
This Carrick Dhu camp site review, is my first experience of camping in around 20 years. I was hesistant and unsure what to expect from the facilities, as the information available online was somewhat limited. I hope this review will help to show you what you can expect from a camping trip at Carrick Dhu.
During our stay on the North Coast in April, we saw an advertisement for Damhead Railway. This attraction is only open on certain days throughout the year, and having never been before I thought my two boys would enjoy it.
As promised I have put together a little post featuring some of my favourite moments from my time in Portrush over the Easter holidays. Portrush is a beautiful seaside town, and a very popular destination for local people, and tourists, to visit. Like most places, it is definitely improved by sunshine, and I was lucky enough to have plenty of that on my visit!
It is no secret that I love Portstewart Strand. Two miles of soft golden sand, managed by the National Trust. Undoubtedly, my love of this beach is in part due to the happy memories I have of playing here as a child. There was nothing better than packing up the car with a picnic and heading to the beach for the day. Now, I am thrilled to be able to do the same for my children! And sometimes we even manage to stay for a few days!