Mini Cruise Ferry to Larne, Ireland
What to do in Larne, Ireland
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Larne is home to a substantial seaport and a thriving industrial market town on the east coast of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. The town has been home to a seaport for many years and has a strong maritime history.
Larne arguably is a destination in its own right but the heavily industrialised nature of the area means it's better suited for onward travel around Northern Ireland.
Around 15 miles south of Larne is Carrickfergus leading on to Newtownabbey before arriving in Belfast. Alternatively, 80 miles to the west sits Londonderry (Derry). Good transport links connect Larne to other areas of the country which explains why it's as popular with freight and passengers as it is.
Larne is the best port of entry when travelling to Scotland due to the close proximity between the two coasts.
Book Your Mini Cruise To Larne, Ireland
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Larne, Ireland Map
Top Tips For Visiting Larne, Ireland
- You may struggle to visit everything you want to in such a short space of time on a mini-cruise to Larne, Ireland. Consider booking a hotel room when you book your mini-cruise and change a quick getaway into a longer holiday to Larne.
- Consider taking your car or hiring a car to explore Larne at your own pace rather than relying on public transport or taxi drivers
Larne, Ireland Destination Guide Videos
P&O RO RO ferry Larne/Cairnryan and clips
Great footage from a truck driver on the Larne to Cairnryan ferry service operated by P&O. It shows footage from both legs of the journey in great quality.