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Broughshane - Tha Garden Village of Ulster - Broughshane

The village of Broughshane is world famous for its floral displays. The competitions the village has won include Ulster in Bloom ,Britain in Bloom, Europe in Bloom, Nations in Bloom

Carnlough - Carnlough

A relaxed fishing village at the foot of the famous Antrim Glens. This site contains a wealth of tourism information on the area

Cullybackey - Cullybackey

Cullybackey is the Ancestral Home of Chester Alan Arthur, 21st President of the United States of America.

Cushendall - Cushendall

On the main Coast Road the 'The Capital of the Glens' is at the foot of the Lurigethan Mountain. As a Conservation area it is steeped in history, an example of this is the perfectly preserved Turnley's nineteenth century Curfew Tower, the focal point of the village. Visit the Layde Graveyard which is said to be one of the oldest and most important historical sites in the Glens of Antrim. As a parish it dates back to before 1288. Further highligts on the Antrim coastline include the stunning Carrick-a-rede rope bridge which spans a gaping chasm between the coast and a small island and Dunluce Castle, famous for its history and breath-taking views. p And all this before you experience the Glens of Antrim!

Glenarm Forest Park - Glenarm

Glenarm Forest Park is an 800-acre nature preserve once part of the demesne of Glenarm Castle, but now dedicated for public use as a peaceful picnic sanctuary and woodland trail, maintained by the Ulster Wildlife Trust. Through a stone archway at the top of Altmore Street visitors can stroll along the riverbank under towering spruce trees, ancient oaks and sycamores following different pathways marked on the map at the car park. No matter what the season, a walk in Glenarm Forest offers views of the Castle, waterfalls, wild flowers, native plants, and a chorus of birdsong. Open during daylight hours only