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The magnificent County Antrim is located in the North-east of Ireland, in the province of Ulster. It is home to Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland. County Antrim is easily accessible by both air and sea and also has a network of railroads to make moving around fun and enjoyable. Alternatively, you could hire a car in Antrim and see the county at your leisure.
Whether it's the awe-inspiring Giant's Causeway or the wondrous Glens of Antrim, visitors will delight in all Antrim County has to offer.
Our Car rental services section provides all information about Car Hire and Rental in Dublin and Antrim. We have compiled a list of fleet available for hiring, and a list of car rental offices in Ireland. You will find low cost car hire all over Ireland. You can easily book your car online or get an instant quote.
Restaurants in Antrim
During the recent years, many new restaurants have sprung up in Dublin. These restaurants offer a wide range of cuisines and attract tourists from all parts of the world. Reserve a restaurant in Dublin now.
Hotels in Antrim
Browse through Ireland's Antrim Hotel Guide to resolve all your worries about selecting a hotel, according to your budget and style in this amazingly beautiful place. Ranging from 2 star cheap Antrim hotels to 5 star luxury hotels, Antrim Hotels in Ireland provide every comfort and facility.
Golf in Antrim
Ireland is a place of breathtaking scenery and friendly people, not to forget home of the world's best golf courses. Browse around and see what we have to offer in our Dublin Golf Guide.
County Antrim is Ireland's 2nd largest county in terms of population, behind Dublin. There are many quality apartments, guest houses and hotels in Antrim to cater for the many tourists who flock to County Antrim’s magnificent attractions, such the Glens of Antrim, the Giant's Causeway, Bushmills and Portrush.
Antrim features some remarkable cliffs, formed from perpendicular basaltic columns which are truly awe-inspiring. This mass of some 40,000 basalt columns descending from the headlands into the sea has long been one of Northern Ireland's most popular attractions.
It's close to Antrim’s popular seaside resorts of Portstewart and Portrush, a popular nightlife zone. The village of Bushmills, just a few miles southwest of Giant's Causeway, is the site of the world's oldest legal whiskey distillery.
The beautiful valleys of the Bann and Lagan, and Lough Neagh and Lough Beg are popular with both anglers and walkers alike.
The world-famous Glens of Antrim are completely un-spoilt and of outstanding natural beauty. The area makes a picturesque setting for a self catering or B&B holiday in Antrim.
The Antrim landscape is dominated by a high plateau cut by deep glens which sweep eastward to the sea. Above all it is an area of contrasts; gentle bays are separated by blunt headlands, exposed moorlands give way to gentle valleys, wide vistas to enclosed farm lands.
With a turbulent history, the city of Belfast is now a boomtown. With trendy cafes, bars and restaurants springing up everywhere, Antrim’s principal city is fast becoming one of the best places to eat out and socialise in Ireland.
Belfast has great entertainment venues - the Opera House puts on excellent shows, and the new Odyssey Stadium features top bands and live Ice Hockey. Popular attractions in Belfast, County Antrim include:
• Queen's University
• The Botanic Gardens
• The Ulster Museum
• The City Hall
• Spectacular views along the Laganside Walk
• Boat tours
A full tour of County Antrim in a short stay would be overwhelming, to say the least. Tourists find themselves coming to this beautiful county again and again, for it is indeed hard to escape its magnificent sceneries and vistas.
Antrim's neighbouring counties are also packed with beautiful attractions and scenery: