One of the most beautiful drives in the world, the Causeway coastal route stretches from Derry to Belfast. Full of dramatic landscapes, sandy beaches & incredible coastlines, this route is really something to behold. Here are some of the best highlights:
Belfast is a beautiful, compact city and the capital of Northern Ireland. Visit the Botanic Gardens, the Titanic quarter and enjoy some shopping!
Featuring one of the oldest walled gardens in Ireland from the 18th century, there is a huge welcome for all visitors to this Castle built in 1636. Bursting full of flower displays, vegetable gardens & of course the castle itself, you must visit this amazing landmark, where you can enjoy incredible views of the sea and beyond.
One of the most popular and photographed places in Northern Ireland. A very impressive display of beech trees that arch and intertwine, the trees have featured in the tv show “Game of Thrones”. Well worth a visit!
This famous rope bridge attracts many visitors during the year and is open all year around. Connected to cliffs and over 30 metres above sea level, it’s a thrilling walk across, this is an experience to remember!
The top visitor attraction in Norther Ireland & a UNESCO world heritage site. Its backdrop is famous for the unique rock formation with about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. One result of ancient volcanic eruptions about 60 million years ago.
Old Bushmills distillery
A very popular tourist destination, located in Bushmills, County Antrim. Take a tour of the distillery and learn about the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world.
Dunluce is a medieval castle built around 1500 with a dramatic setting and history which many will find intriguing.
This charming small town has beautiful beaches, amusements and a golf course. Very relaxing place to enjoy and marvel at the wonderful views.
This walled city lies on the banks of the river Foyle and is the second largest city in Northern Ireland. Enjoy the many historical sites Derry has to offer such as St Columbs cathedral, Guildhall and of course the city walls themselves.