Ireland

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County Antrim portfolio County Antrim is the home of the world famous Giant's Causeway. These curious volcanic blocks attract vistitors from across the world. The ancient volcanic coastline and eastern glens provide a wealth of beautiful landscapes to explore.
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County Clare portfolio County Clare contains The Burren, a unique karst region, which contains rare flowers and fauna. To the west lie the Cliffs of Moher which are perhaps the most impressive sea cliffs on the island. The Shannon Estuary lies to the south which is the gateway to Ireland's longest river.
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County Derry portfolio County Derry is home to the rolling Sperrin Mountains. The old volcanic plateau of Binevenagh Mountain lies further north and makes a great vantage point. Other highlights include long, golden strand of Benone and the old Downhill estate perched above Castlerock.
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County Donegal portfolio County Donegal is arguably one of the most scenic counties of Ireland. The wild Atlantic coast features huge sea cliffs and long golden strands. The mountain landscapes are equally beautiful, with Muckish and Errigal rising up in the northwest and Slieve League to the south.
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County Down portfolio County Down is the home of the Mourne Mountains, a compact and accessible range lying just south of Belfast. This is a walkers paradise with Slieve Donard and Slieve Binnion making great day hikes. A gentler walk can be enjoyed at Murlough Bay, a beautiful protected dune system near Newcastle.
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County Fermanagh portfolio Fermanagh is famous for its patchwork of lakes with Lough Erne being the largest. Devenish Island is situated on the lough near Enniskillen and is a monastic site, founded in the 6th century. The limestone rock of Fermanagh has allowed the famous Marble Arch Caves to form.
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County Galway portfolio County Galway is home to the Twelve Bens mountain range, the highest of which is Benbaun at 729m. Many of Ireland's largest lakes are located here including Lough Corrib, Lough Derg and Lough Mask. Connemara National Park is situated in the west of the county.
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County Tyrone portfolio County Tyrone has an ancient legacy with megalithic standing stones and wedge tombs scattered across the landscape. Beaghmore Stone Circle is a beautiful example. It is also the home of the Ulster American Folk park which gives an fascinating insight into Irish Emigration.
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