Cave Hill Country Park

Cave Hill is a black 360m-high cliff riddled with caves that mark the southern end of the Antrim plateau. The headland is the site of an earthwork known as McArts Fort. It served as a watchtower against Vikings and Anglo-Normans and affords a fine view of Belfast, County Down, Strangford Lough, Lough Neagh, the Sperrin Mountains and Scotland.

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Address : 

Antrim Road

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