It’s set to be a sunny and warm weekend, so there’s no better time to get out and about.

We have endless places across Northern Ireland to explore, there really is no need to travel too far.

If you’re planning a last minute staycation before the cold weather sets in then make sure you tick these off your list.

Be has put together a list of the best spots across the country for you to visit with the family.

Glenariff Waterfalls, Co Antrim

a large waterfall in a forest: Ess-na-Laragh Waterfall, Glenariff

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Ess-na-Laragh Waterfall, Glenariff

The Glenariff Nature Reserve Waterfalls Walk is part of Glenariff Forest Park in Ballymena.

The marked walk takes you down a scenic river gorge with pathways cut into the cliffs and boardwalks.

It has spectacular views of the stunning waterfalls.

Mourne Mountains, Co Down

The Mournes are the highest and most dramatic mountain range in Northern Ireland.

The Mourne Wall is also a famous landmark that runs through the mountains and was originally built in an effort to keep cattle and sheep out of the water catchment area of the Silent Valley reservoir.

Dark Hedges, Co Antrim

a path with trees on the side of a tree: The Dark Hedges

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The Dark Hedges

This gorgeous landmark in Ballymoney is an avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century.

The iconic trees have been used as a filming location in Game of Thrones, representing the Kingsroad.

Giant’s Causeway, Co Antrim

This is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption.

It’s three miles from Bushmills and is a World Heritage Site. According to legend, the columns are the remains of a causeway built by a giant named Finn McCool.

Dunluce Castle, Co Antrim

Dunluce Castle

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Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle in Bushmills.

The amazing ruins were used for many of the scenes for the House of Greyjoy, ruler of the Iron Islands in Game of Thrones.

Mussenden Temple, Co Derry

Mussenden Temple

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Mussenden Temple

Mussenden Temple in Castlerock is within the grounds of Downhill Demense, and is run by the National Trust.

When visiting, you will find clifftop walks, and stunning views of the North Coast.

Cushendun Caves, Co Antrim

a large body of water with a mountain in the background: Cushendun Caves

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Cushendun Caves

This is another beautiful location captured in Game of Thrones and is only ten minutes from Cushendall.

Cavehill, Co Antrim

This is a perfect location in Belfast, where you can see breathtaking views of Northern Ireland.

There is a gorgeous walkway, where you are also able to spot the Isle of Man and Scotland when it’s a clear day.

Silent Valley, Co Down

The Silent Valley Reservoir near Kilkeel was built to gather water from the Mourne Mountains. It’s the main water supply source for most of Co Down and a large part of Belfast.

There are three lovely walking routes, so take your pick and enjoy the fresh air with your family.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Co Antrim

a bridge over a body of water with a mountain in the background: Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Island near Ballintoy is connected to the cliffs across the Atlantic Ocean by the rope bridge.

It is suspended almost 100 ft above sea level and was first erected by salmon fishermen over 250 years ago.

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