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The Gobbins is a unique coastal experience at Islandmagee, along the Causeway Coastal Route.
Follow in the footsteps of giants at Northern Ireland's iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Carnfunnock Country Park offers 191 hectares of parkland, with family attractions and activities.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge was first erected by salmon fishermen in 1755.
This scenic and tranquil park on the outskirts of Limavady offers spectacular riverside views.
Visit the workshop and experience the traditional Irish Craft of Hurl making.
Glenariff, the "Queen of the Glens", hosts the spectacular Glenariff Forest Park.
Ballintoy Harbour can be discovered in the picturesque village of Ballintoy, County Antrim.
Golden sandy beach with stunning views.
Seven miles of sand with magnificent mountain and cliff scenery and stunning views across the bay.
Located in the beautiful surroundings of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in County Londonderry.
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century.
The Gobbins is a unique coastal experience at Islandmagee, on the first part of the Causeway Coastal Route as you journey north from Belfast.
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.
Packed full of fun family activities and attractions, Carnfunnock Country Park offers over 191 hectares of mixed woodland, colourful gardens, way-marked walks and spectacular coastline, with panoramic views of the Antrim Coast and North Channel.
Carrick-a-Rede boasts unrivalled coastal scenery and an exhilarating rope bridge experience accessed by a short coastal footpath. On the way, there are wonderful vantage points to stop and take in the natural beauty.
This scenic and tranquil park on the outskirts of Limavady offers spectacular riverside views and woodland walks along with opportunities for salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, rock climbing and orienteering.
Scullion Hurls are located in the village of Loughguile. The Scullion family invite you to visit the workshop and experience the traditional Irish Craft of Hurl making. You can also buy the hurls and other gifts in the giftshop.
Glenariff, the "Queen of the Glens", is home to the spectacular Glenariff Forest Park. The unique Waterfall Walkway, a popular tourist attraction since it opened 80 years ago,has been significantly upgraded along its 3 mile length.
Ballintoy Harbour can be discovered in the picturesque village of Ballintoy. Known as a ‘raised beach’, it is located alongside the B15 coast road, 17 miles north-east of Coleraine and five miles west of Ballycastle.
Benone Beach, multiple recipient of the European Blue Flag and Seaside Award, is a must-see when visiting the area. With seven miles of golden sand and a magnificent back drop of mountain and cliff scenery and stunning views across to Donegal.
Mussenden Temple is located in the beautiful surroundings of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in County Londonderry. Explore the ruins of the 18th-century mansion of an eccentric Earl Bishop. Awe inspiring views, colourful gardens and events all year
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.
Make the most of your time on the North Coast and plan to stay a day or two, staying in fabulous accommodation along the way. Below are suggestions of a few of our favourites which you may wish to explore.
Rated as one of the top five road trips worldwide, the Causeway Coastal Route is a must see for anyone visiting Northern Ireland. Boasting non-stop spectacular scenery, many spots are also begging to be explored on foot.
The Causeway isn’t just about 60 million year old stones and walking in the footsteps of giants, there is so much more to this beautiful area. And when you drive the Causeway Coastal Route, set against a dramatic coastal backdrop and rated as one
Belfast, regarded as the beginning of the Causeway Coastal Route is easy to get to, and acts as a great starting off point. Follow our simple steps below to get to Belfast.
This 135 mile (217.3 km) circular route takes you from Belfast along Northern Ireland’s spectacular Causeway Coast, through the Glens of Antrim and back. The route once again is on-road, but off-road routes can be found at CycleNI.com
We are home to an epic coastal stretch and historical cities, all waiting to be explored. Get out and about in our great outdoors and immerse yourself in some of these adventures.
Here are some of our suggestions to enjoy a fun-filled short break with the family along the Causeway Coastal Route. From what to do, where to stay and where to eat, we've got you covered.
Taking in the spectacular beauty of the Causeway Coastal Route you can work up quite an appetite. Enjoy some local specialities and tasty bites at the following eateries, which are just some of our favourites.
The Causeway Coastal Route features beautiful shorelines, sandy beaches and picturesque cliff tops. It’s a place of discovery, thrills and adventure, as well as peaceful retreat. The variety along the coastal route means there’s something for
“One of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world” is how Michael Palin described it.
Some unmissables on the Causeway Coastal Route.
Why not immerse yourself in our landscapes and get out and about to see what we have to offer. Watersports, epic coastal walks, mountain hiking or a traditional music session - which one will you pick?