Larne is just twenty miles from Belfast and one of the most modern ports in Ireland. Although generally thought of as an area from which one enters or leaves the country, it is actually an enjoyable holiday destination in itself. The beaches are safe and sandy, with convenient facilities nearby. The Ulster Way is an ideal way for walkers to view the magnificent scenery of the area. The area boasts the only diving school in Northern Ireland. For those who are less enthusiastic to avail of Larne's location on the coast, there are theatres, excellent restaurants, lively pubs and a cinema.
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66 Browndod Road, Larne, Ballyclare, Co. Antrim
Billy Andy's is one of the few original licensed spirit grocers still left in the country. Dating back to the early 19th Century it has passed through generations of the McWilliams family. First founded by William Andrew McWilliams and his sister Sar
6 Redlands Road, Larne, BT40 1AX, Co. Antrim
The restaurant is locally renowned for its well selected menu, home cooking and friendly professional staff. The array of dishes on offer includes snacks, traditional roasts dinners and modern dishes. The Curran Court Hotel Restaurant has been trad
120 Brustin Brae Road, Ballygally, Larne, BT40 2RL, Co. Antrim
This is one of Antrim's oldest traditional pubs. One can enjoy fresh home cooked food complemented with the finest selection of beers, wines and spirits.