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Nestling in what is locally known as the Middle Glens, (includes Glenariff, Glenballyemon, Glencorp and Glenann), Glendun also known as the brown glen, is found 30 miles from Larne, 25 miles from Ballymena and 32 miles from Coleraine. A peaceful glen, it has the largest area of deciduous woodland due ... (21 Feb 2006)
Rathlin Island lies six miles off Ballycastle in Northeast Ireland and 16 miles from the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland. It is eight miles long and less than one mile wide. Shaped like a boot made with layers of basalt on limestone on the higher parts. It is surrounded by ... (21 Feb 2006)
Glenariffe (Gleann Airbh) is situated approximately 25 miles north of Larne, 18 miles from Ballymena and 40 miles from Coleraine, and is comprised of more than twenty seven townlands and quarter lands. The glen is the result of a combination of volcanic activity and glaciations and is a perfect example ... (21 Feb 2006)
Lying about 12 miles north of Larne it is the most southerly of the Nine Glens of Antrim. The village of Glenarm has a population of about 500 people with perhaps 600-700 in the upper glen. There was an important fort here in Norman times providing an outlet to the ... (21 Feb 2006)
Glentaisie is the most northerly of the nine glens and, lying as it does at the foot of Knocklayde mountain, is probably the most sheltered. It is about five miles long and opens out to a fine sandy beach at the beautiful historic town of Ballycastle. Found 25 miles from ... (21 Feb 2006)
Glenshesk is a pleasant glen lying on the eastern side of Knocklayde mountain opening out to the sea at Ballycastle. It is quite easy to visit and explore this glen and Glentaise in the course of a couple of days. Like Glentaisie, on the other side of Knocklayde, it is ... (21 Feb 2006)