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Portstewart named one of best places to visit over Christmas

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Portstewart has been named as one of the top 15 places to visit over Christmas by travel site holidaylettings.co.uk.

In their description of the seaside town, the site says: “Portstewart is one of Northern Ireland most-loved holiday hangouts. Travellers come to these shores searching for a bracing sea breeze and idyllic golden sands.”

“Delight in a stroll along Portstewart Strand (protected by the National Trust), enjoying spectacular views of the rugged north coast. Take the little ones along to Portstewart children’s Christmas workshops on Saturday 28 November and 5 December.”

“They’ll adore crafting their own gifts and decorations whilst singing a few well-known Christmas ditties.”

Belfast City was also named in the list, with the rest being on the mainland.

The list can be viewed in full at https://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/blog/15-up-and-coming-places-to-spend-the-christmas-holidays-in-the-uk/

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