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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Sheans Horse Farm

    Ideas for your next short break.

    28 Aug 2020
  2. Downhill Beach on the Causeway Coastal Route. Mussenden Temple sits on a cliff edge in the background while an NI Railways train passes through a tunnel.

    Getting to the Causeway Coastal Route is the easy part- the hard work starts when you arrive and are faced with so many things to do and places to see!

    24 Jun 2020
  3. The best way to avoid the crowds and get under the skin of a place is to explore it with a local friend. That’s what walking the Causeway Coast with Eimear Flanagan or one of her team feels like. These are ‘their’ cliffs, they are proud of this landscape and delighted to share it with visitors.
  4. Special Offer
    The Salthouse, Ballycastle, County Antrim
    1 night B&B  From £149 Per room per night based on 2 persons  .
  5. Activities & Attractions
    A whole host of attractions and activities await travelers along the Causeway Coastal Route. Maybe you’d like to get wet while coasteering under cliffs and over rocks. Perhaps you’d prefer to wet your whistle with some fine whiskey at Bushmills Distillery. Or why not explore local myths and legends with a trip to the Giant’s Causeway?
  6. Food & Drink
    There is nothing better for working up an appetite than spending the day out in the sea air. So it’s little wonder that visitors on the Causeway Coastal Route are always happy to sit down in front of a well-earned lunch or hearty dinner. It will come as no surprise that many north coast restaurants feature fresh, locally caught fish. But there is plenty here for all kinds of food lovers and we promise you won’t go hungry.
  7. Accommodation
    As you make your way along the Causeway Coastal Route, you’ll be struck by all you see. In all likelihood, you’ll also be flattened by the sea air and there is no sleep as good as the one you get after a day out by the coast. This famous route can be, as the saying goes, done in a day, but to get the most out of it, you really should take at least two or three. If you decide to take our advice we know some great places to stay.
  8. The Gobbins

    Scenic, dramatic and inspiring, the Causeway Coastal Route is a constant feature of global top tens and top fives when it comes to visitor experiences and bucket lists. Around every corner of this spectacular winding route you’ll find thrills and adventure, as well as peaceful retreats. The variety along the coastal route means there’s something for everyone and a multitude of ways you can see it.

    24 Jun 2020
  9. Follow in the footsteps of giants at Northern Ireland's iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basalt columns of the Causeway landscape were left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  10. It’s very early in the morning when the skipper welcomes you aboard the boat for a fishing trip into the Atlantic Ocean. The bleary-eyed start is well worth it. There is a sense of freedom and escape when leaving the quaint little harbour of Portstewart, breathing in the salty air, listening to the sea birds and taking in the fantastic view of the stunning coastline of the Causeway Coastal Route. You will also see first hand the sea passage our very first settlers to the island of Ireland took tens of thousands of years ago & learn about our unique food heritage from the River Bann.
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