Reviewed on Aug. 29, 2021
Reviewed on Feb. 20, 2022
Marvel at some of the oldest dunes in the country and walk out onto the pier for spectacular views of the Causeway Coast.
This dramatic rock formation was created by volcanic activity millions of years ago; however, the locals might tell you otherwise.
Clinging to a headland above the Irish Sea are the ruins of a medieval Irish castle. The dramatic sight offers a great photo opportunity!
Head to the north coast and visit the oldest operating distillery in the world to try a famous Irish whiskey.
This small stone temple is a great picnic location and one of the best spots on the coast for bird-watching.
Next to wide, grass-covered limestone cliffs, this magnificent sandy beach is particularly popular with families, photographers and watersports lovers.