14 of the most stunning views of the province of Ulster, Ireland


IRELAND IS A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.

Whether it’s miles of green fields or forests lying in front of you; the old city walls and castles with orange light at dusk, or a series of islands that proudly stand out in the wild Atlantic Ocean, all visitors to Ireland are completely removed from the stunning beauty of the country.

If we tried to list all the magnificent views of Ireland, we would be here forever, so at the Irish Post we decided to break them down by province.

We have already covered Munster, Leinster and Connacht, now get ready to explore the counties of Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Fermanagh, Antrim, Tyrone, Derry, Armagh and Down in the province of Ulster.

It is a unique province, not only because of its magnificent coastal landscapes, but because only three of its nine counties are in the Republic of Ireland: Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal, with the remaining six in Northern Ireland.

But we’re here to show you some of the most stunning views on both sides of the border.

Here are 14 of the best views in the province of Ulster.

1 The Giant’s Causeway, Co Antrim

2 Rathlin Island, Antrim County

3 Tory Island, County Donegal

4 Mussenden Temple, County Derry

5 Morne Mountains, County Down

6 Silent Valley Reservoir, Morne Mountains, County Down

7 Lough Macnean, Fermanagh County

8 Devenish Island, Fermanagh County

9 Murder Hole Beach, County Donegal

10 Castle Leslie Estate, Monaghan County

11 Cuilcagh Boardwalk, Cavan county / Fermanagh county

12 Kingscourt, County Cavan

13 Beaghmore Stone Circles, County Tyrone

14 Harry Avery’s Castle, County Tyrone

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