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Ards Peninsula:
Astonishing beauty and diversity makes the Ards Peninsula one of the most popular visitor destinations in the country. The peninsula has been recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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Ballycopeland Windmill:
An 18th Century corn mill, this is Northern Ireland's only working windmill which has been successfully restored. Guided tours are available.
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Bangor Marina & Pickie Fun Park:
The marina (largest in Ireland) was built in the early 1990s and is an impressive sight. It is the perfect starting point for a walk along the coastal paths. The fun park and restaurant are an ideal stopping point for the family.
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Crawfordsburn Country Park:
The park is situated on the southern shores of Belfast Lough. It is full of variety, featuring of coastline, the two best beaches in the Belfast area, a deep wooded glen with an impressive waterfall at its head, a pond and wildflower meadows with excellent views over the Lough. The Park also includes Grey Point Fort, a coastal battery and gun emplacement dating from early this century and updated during World War 2.
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DV Diving is a PADI Five Star Dive Centre, TDI Facility, RYA Training Centre and HSE recognised scuba assessment centre based at Strangford Lough, County Down, Northern Ireland.
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Donaghadee Lighthouse & Harbour (Built 1820):
Donaghadee has been described as one of the best kept secrets of the Ulster coastline, an ancient gem of a town which has somehow managed to preserve much of its past glory while keeping pace with the times.
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Drumawhey Junction Railway:
Belfast and Co. Down Miniature Railway Society was established in 1991. The 71/4" gauge railway gives a ride of 1.5km. It includes bridges, cuttings, embankments, gradients, and a twin-track tunnel.
Exploris - Portaferry Aquarium, Strangford Lough:
The Northern Ireland Aquarium, is situated on the shores of a marine nature reserve and area of special scientific interest .
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Kirkiston Race Track:
This is the only RAC approved motor racing circuit in Northern Ireland. Based on the runways and taxiways of a disused war time airfield it hosts a great variety of motor sport competitions including motorcycle, rallycross, kart and car racing..
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Mount Stewart House and Gardens:
This is an 18th century house surrounded by beautiful gardens. There is also a restaurant and gift shop to enjoy. During the summer months you can enjoy jazz sessions on Sunday afternoons.
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Scrabo Tower and Country Park:
Scrabo Tower (Built 1857) stands on a hill at the centre of the Country Park offering wonderful views over Strangford Lough. Enjoy beautiful walks in the woodlands.
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The Somme Heritage Centre:
Commemorates the involvement of the 36th (Ulster) and 16th (Irish) Divisions in the Battle of the Somme. It is located on the outskirsts of Newtownards and is a visitor attraction of international significance showing the reality of the Great War.
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Ulster Folk and Transport Museum:
Recently voted Irish Museum of the Year, illustrates the way of life and the traditions of the people of the north of Ireland. Set in over 170 acres of rolling countryside, the outdoor Folk Museum tells the story of life in early 20th century Ulster. The folk museum is centered around a reconstructed small town, with many of the buildings dismantled from their original locations, and reconstructed exactly as they were here in the museum.
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Golf Clubs :
  • Donaghadee Golf Club
  • Scrabo Golf Club
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