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Local Attractions around Causeway Coast, Northern Ireland

Northern Irelands magnificent Causeway Coast is home to the world famous Natural Wonder, the Giant's Causeway. A volcanic formation of hexagonal columns leading from the cliff foot then disappearing under the sea. The Causeway is undoubtedly the most visited tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. Along the Northern Coast there are countless points of interest, from beautiful golden sand beaches, to castle ruins gripping onto the cliff edge, this stretch of road is one to travel slowly, keeping your camera at the ready.

Now a ruined medieval castle, Dunluce Castle dates back to the 13th Century. Perched on the cliff top, Dunluce has lost entire rooms due to erosion to the cliff below. The Castle is in the care of the NIEA and is open daily to the public.

Located in the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, these 40,000 interlocking basalt columns were created by a violent volcanic eruption around 60 million years ago. The Giants Causeway is the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland.

This temple was built in 1785 as a summer library for the Bishop of Derry. Its architecture was inspired by the Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, Italy, and is dedicated to the memory of the Bishops cousin Frideswide Mussenden.

Take the ferry from Ballycastle over to Irelands only inhabited off shore Island. Rathlin is home to Northern Irelands largest sea bird colony. Species include, Puffin, Gannet and Guillemot.

Beautiful white sandy beach between Portbraddan and Ballintoy Harbour.

Smooth Sand with clear waters, dunes & white cliffs, make this one of Ireland’s best beaches.

Visit the oldest working whiskey distillery in Ireland with a guided tour lasting approximately 45 minutes.

First built in the 1960's by fishermen to access the Island, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge has grown into a top tourist attraction in Northern Ireland.