The Causeway Coastal Route – One of the Best Road Trips in the World!

The Causeway Coastal Route – One of the Best Road Trips in the World!

Discover Ireland’s northern coastline, stretching from buzzing Belfast to the historic city of Derry. Packed with rolling hills, picturesque villages, ruined castles and beautiful beaches. Visit the bustling city of Belfast, take a sip of Bushmill’s Whiskey or settle down in a cosy B&B off the beaten track!

Check out our top 3 sites to visit for when life gets back to normal!

1. Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge

Sway with the wind as you cross the bridge and take in the surrounding breathtaking views! The rope bridge is woven between Carrick Island and the County Antrim mainland across the Atlantic Ocean. Suspended almost 100 ft above sea level, the rope bridge was first erected by fisherman nearly 300 years ago. Blow off the cobwebs, admire beautiful coastal scenery, and spot rare wildlife at Carrick-A-Rede.

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2. The Giants Causeway

Explore this incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site along the Causeway Coastal Route. Experts state this breathtaking location was formed by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago, however the myth is that it was built by an Irish giant by the name of Finn Mac Cumhaill, who picked a fight with Scottish big man Benandonner. Science or a giant? You decide!

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3. The Gobbins

Introducing The Gobbins a hugely popular cliff path in County Antrim. This one-of-a kind path was designed by a railway engineer in 1902, it later closed in 1954 due to an economic downturn but has since reopened after extensive renovations. Prepare yourself for a 2.5-hour walking tour across a network of steel walkways and bridges (10 metres above the sea), suspended on dramatic cliffs, above crashing waves.

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