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Portaferry, Ards, Northern Ireland

Portaferry Marina is situated in the small village with the same name, on the South Eastern coast of Northern Ireland. The Irish name of the village is Port a'Pheire and it means ”landing place of the ferry”. The village is famous for hosting the annual Galway Hookers Regatta, as well as for clams, prawn, oysters and mussels fishing. Looking to grab a delicious traditional Irish bite after a long day? Take a look at the top restaurants in the area: Saltwater Brig, Salthouse Restaurant, Annie’s, Barholm & The Ferry Port Cafe. Here are some of the best accommodations in Portaferry, which will definitely meet your expectations and ensure an unforgettable vacation: Portaferry Hotel, Ardbrae Hotel, Ballyrusley B&B, Barholm, Annie’s B&B, Adair’s B&B, Ardkeen House and Fiddlers Green Portaferry. A trip to Exploris Aquarium ensures a beautiful spent day. You can also take in some history by visiting the Grey Abbey or catch up on some shopping and all sort of goodies at the Country Market.

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Attractions in Ards

Ards is a borough situated on the Eastern coast of Northern Ireland; it is a part of County Down, and it was named after the Ards Peninsula. The capital is at Newtownards. The most famous attraction is the Strangford Lough, internationally recognized for its wildlife, as well as for its dry, fertile soils, perfect for agriculture. Ards Peninsula is full of beautiful small towns and villages, which will catch your eye and seduce your heart with their quirky, old, charming houses.

The Ards Borough has a wonderful and complete history, as it was moulded over the years by significant cultures: Celts, Normans, Vikings and Saint Patrick himself.

Regarding the accommodation, you don’t have to worry. The district has hundreds of hotels, B&Bs, inns and guest houses. You just have to choose one according to your needs and budget. Besides the wonderful and cozy rooms, you will often enjoy a great view and always experience the Irish hospitality. The top... more info

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