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A cultural and historical trip through Spain, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Great walking, cycling and horse riding on the Camino of St. Brian.

Find Spanish gold in Ireland, both north and south, any time of the year with Rachel Caron Enterprises' tours, talks, museum visits, treasure hunts. Enjoy the best of Ireland’s historical and cultural Hispanic scene across Northern Ireland, and in the south there are many pots of gold.  Armagh, Carrickfergus, Belfast and Londonderry are just a few locations in Northern Ireland with military history, ecclesiastical, folklore, Spanish Civil War and of course the Spanish Armada.
Rachel Carson Enterprises is a partnership organisation, which works with the local community to promote responsible, sustainable tourism to Northern Ireland, as well as in Spain and the north of Scotland.  By joining the Friends of the North Highland Way, the Hispanic Society of Carrickfergus or the virtual Competa Business Club you are helping the communities in the three areas, as the company give 10% of their profits to selected charities in those areas.
Find out about Spanish Gold Week and book tickets here.
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55-59 Adelaide Street,
Belfast.
BT2 8FE

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Hispanic scene
  • Friendly people
  • History and culture at its best
  • Enjoy the great outdoors
  • Walking

Spanish Gold comes to Northern Ireland

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Mon, 03 Jun 2019, 10:00am See All Dates (3)

Explore the rich culture and history of Northern Ireland’s links to Spain, Mexico and Paraguay.

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