A lovely magnet to show the main film locations of the well know HBO TV Blockbuster that is Game of Thrones.
Located in North East County Antrim, it is an awe-inspiring location. Murlough is best known for its outstanding beauty, remoteness and views across the sea to Rathlin Island and the Mull of Kintyre. Plus the cows that sometimes graze along the sandy dunes.
Featured Scene: Murlough Bay becomes the Iron Islands in Season 3. This is the spot where Theon Greyjoy rides on the horse with his sister Yara. It's also the spot where Davos Seaworth is shipwrecked after the battle of Blackwater Bay.
Located on the north bank of the Quoile River, Inch Abbey was founded by John de Courcy in atonement for his destruction of Erenagah Abbey. The buildings are mainly from the 12th and 13th centuries while it is believed the church is older than that at Grey Abbey which was built about 1193.
Featured Scene: It was here that Catelyn Stark heard of Neds death, where Jamie was captured and Robb crowned king. The Quoile River was used to depict the Riverlands area home of the Tullys and the Red Fork. Inch Abbeys surrounds, too, were used to shoot Hoster Tullys funeral.
Tollymore Forest Park, which was featured in the first episode of Season 1, covers an area almost 630 hectares at the foot of the beautiful Mourne Mountains. This romantic forest is home to trees, woodlands, streams, grottos and caves and offers panoramic views of the sea at nearby Newcastle.
Featured Scene: You might remember this haunting forest from the scene in which a member of the Night's Watch rides through the snowy forest and stumbles upon dismembered Wildling bodies. It's also where Ned Stark and his boys come across the gored stag and find direwolf pups.
Situated in one of the most picturesque parts of the North Antrim Coast between the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. This stunning harbour location has been used for exterior Pyke shots and as the Iron Islands.
Featured Scene: This picturesque coastal nook is where Theon Greyjoy arrives back in the Iron Islands and where he later admires his ship, the Sea Bitch. This is also where he first meets his sister Yara.
Which may be more familiar as Winterfell, overlooks the beautiful Strangford Lough. Inside this beautiful 820 acre walled demesne you will find the spectacular house, an exotic sunken garden and a haunting woodland.
Featured Scene: Castle Ward is the prime location for Winterfell and the lands surrounding Winterfell in the North. This is where King Robert Baratheon and his retinue arrive and are met by the Starks in Season 1. This is also the place where Bran and Osha's scenes in Season 1 take place.
The Dark Hedges:-
The beautiful avenue of Beech trees planted in the 18th century is a beguiling sight to those who have witnessed it. South of Ballycastle near Ballymoney and Armoy, the iconic trees have been used as a filming location in HBO's epic series Game of Thrones, representing the King's Road.
Featured Scene: The Dark Hedges live up to their haunting name in Season 2. These spectacular trees line the King's Road as Ayra Stark makes her escape from King's Landing. Disguised as a boy, Ayra travels with Yoren, Gendry, Hot Pie and all the others off to join the Night Watch...