Welcome to Vardinge and Molnbo, an historic district where many of the large farms have had royal manorial charters. Today many of them are engaged in their own agricultural production. with several selling their produce in their or nearby farm shops or at local markets. The Sormland Trail passes through the area, offering an abundance of opportunities when it comes to nature. Besides the
usual fauna, you can also encounter one of Sweden's small number of flocks of Mufflon sheep or swim in Lake Bergasjon, which has been classified as one of Sweden's cleanest lakes on a number of occasions. Just outside Molnbo is the village of Vardinge, beautifully located on Lake Langsjon, with a youth hostel and a folk high-school. With a fantastic environment and a large range of natural
experiences. Vardinge is not just a nice place to visit, but also a fantastic place to live and work.
Causeway lass Deep Sea Fishing
The North Pier, Portrush Harbour BT56 8DF
T: 077 1211 5751 W: www.fishportrush.mt
Fishing trips departing daily from Portstwart and Portrush Harbours. Three hour mackerel fishing trips departing 10am, 2pm and 6pm daily. Six hour fishing trips depart 10am to 4pm. Rod and tackle supplied, free tuition is gladly given, individuals and beginners welcome. If you don't fancy fishing - bring a book or simply enjoy the fresh sea or and breathtaking views of the Coast or River Bann. The boat is licensed for 12 passengers pre-booking is essential. Typical catch includes mackerel, whiting
flat fish and conger eels.
Sea angling (max 10) trips from Portstewart (BT55 7DB) and Portrush (BT56 8DF) Harbours.
Tackle hire and boat available MCA coded vessel
Open Easter -late October
Daily ( weather permitting)
The Stewart Brothers
Contact: Mr D Stewart
T: 077 0205 2918
The Brothers have been operating pleasure trips and deep sea fishing on the Causeway Coast for the past 30 years. See some of the beautiful scenes around the Causeway Coast such as the famous Giant's Causeway. The Skerries Islands and the historic Dunluce Castle. Only from a boat can you view where the kitchen of the Dunluce Castle fell into the sea and the 'Ace of Spades' one of the famous caves at Whiterocks.
The Stewart Brothers boat leaves Portrush Harbour each day in the summertime to fish the famous
Causeway Coast bank for a variety of fish. Our boat is passed by the MCA Fish finder and toilet
facilities onboarsd. Phone to book a scenic or angling trip. Max. 12 passengers.