Here are a sample of some popular County Down Pictures of Ireland with a short description below.
One interesting tip is that if you like what you see you can visit a fuller account of County Down Ireland here which goes into a lot more detail about all the places to visit which includes the Royal County Down, Star of the County Down, Tollymore, Bangor.
If you are planning on visiting Ireland and want to stay in this area then you can have a look at premier inn and places to stay which gives lots of useful choices on different types of accomodation.
So with that said here are beautiful scenic pictures of Ireland including some Ireland landscapes from County Down.
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Mount Stewart provides is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership. There is the lake with the ducks and swans , the gardens are a must see and the mansion.
You can also have a bite to eat in the restaurant and get a gift in then gorgeous gift shop.
The Mournes is an area of outstanding natural beauty. If you want to take some Ireland landscape photos you will see many a beautiful photo of Ireland and all its nature in this local area . It has been proposed as the first national park in Northern Ireland. The area is partly owned by the National Trust and sees a large number of visitors every year. The Mournes are visited by many tourists, hillwalkers, cyclists and rock climbers.
They consist of 12 shapely summits rising above 2,000 feet on the eastern side, and the rugged peak of Slieve Donard that climbs steeply to 2,796 feet.
The coastline is stunning, and the attractions are worth a visit. Start in Newcastle, walk the beach, buy some ice-cream, then take a drive along the coast towards Kilkeel and maybe a couple of photos so you have some Irish images from the County Down coastline.
If you like photography and want a picture of Ireland which is special you will love the Mournes.
So that is the first three County Down Pictures of Ireland -now another three northern Ireland photos .......
In the next one of the photos of northern Ireland is one of the most scenic walks . Crawfordsburn Country Park is located on the southern shores of Belfast Lough. With two excellent beaches, spectacular scenery, tranquil walks through wooded glens and a stunning waterfall.
It is a lovely relaxing retreat in the company of Hedgehogs, squirrels in the woodland glen. When walking along the coastal path look out for seals frolicking in the waves!
Another of the photos from northern Ireland Scrabo Tower is located to the west of Newtownards in County Down, Northern Ireland. The landmark, which is visible from most of north Down, was built on a volcanic plug above the town in 1857.
Visitors can climb the 122 steps to a viewing platform at the top of the tower and gain a panoramic view of the landscape.
The islands and coastline of Strangford Lough dominate the foreground, while, on clear days, there are distant views of the Isle of Man, Ailsa Craig and the Scottish coast to the east and the peaks of the Mournes to the south.
Newcastle, County Down is famous for its sandy beaches and world renowned Royal County Down Golf Club.
Take a beach walk on the award winning Newcastle promenade and watch the seagulls. For the more adventurous, there are breathtaking hikes in the Mournes, numerous bike trails, superb fishing, tennis courts, swimming and amazing golf courses.
Close to Newcastle explore the nearby historic Dundrum Castle, and the enchanting Tollymore Forest Park or take a short drive to Downpatrick, the burial place of St Patrick.
There are beautiful restaurants, pubs and exquisite shops, boutiques and galleries. What ever you decide Newcastle, County Down, is an ideal holiday getaway.
So if you do visit Ireland those are some of the images of northern Ireland to be found in County Down tourist attractions.
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