Ireland Tour

May 1, 2012
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We are hoping to tour the coast of Northern and Southern Ireland leaving from Cairnryan to Larne.we shall head north when arrive and follow the coast as close as we can to the anti-clockwise to the south
Can anyone tell us what we need to cross the border and what we should not take.
It is just the two of us (no dogs).
Also are there midges like in Scotland.
 
Jan 19, 2014
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We are hoping to tour the coast of Northern and Southern Ireland leaving from Cairnryan to Larne.we shall head north when arrive and follow the coast as close as we can to the anti-clockwise to the south
Can anyone tell us what we need to cross the border and what we should not take.
It is just the two of us (no dogs).
Also are there midges like in Scotland.

there is a lot of coastline to follow if you intend doing it all..(y)

the first bit alone from larne up the coast is lovely and worth a day or so to explore the quaint little villages that nestle in the bays, and visit the giants causeway and the rope bridge at Carrick rede...

as has been said the only way you will notice you have crossed the border is the change in road signs..

once into Donegal you will pretty much follow the signs for the wild Atlantic way which will lead you round to kinsale on the south coast... as I said on another thread...the tourist information its a must visit once in the south.. loads of very good booklets help you...
it depends on how long you have but its a huge undertaking to cover it all in one..
hope the weather is kind and you have a lovely time..
ill be over in donegal myself for easter and keeping fingers crossed for some sunshine :D
Andy.

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