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Local Attractions around Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland

Voted 'One of the Best Road Trips for Sightseeing' the Antrim Coast Road meanders the cliff edge for approximately 40 miles from Larne to Ballycastle. Guiding you through narrow tunnels and along steep cliff edges, this road rewards your bravery with incredible views across the Glens and out to sea. The picturesque fishing villages with their small shops and quality restaurants offer a chance to refuel or take a leisurely walk along the waterfront. Glenariff, one of the 9 Glens stretching out to the coast from the Antrim Plateau, is known as the Queen of the Glens due to its vast size and popularity. Ladder farms sweeping up the valley walls and isolated cottages dotted around the countryside depict traditional Irish rural living. The Waterfall Walkway of Glenariff Forest Park takes you on a three mile journey through the forest gorge, weaving through enchanting waterfalls on a wooden boardwalk.

A headland streaching out to the Irish Sea, offering fantastic views of Antrim's dramatic coastline.

Located on the Antrim Coast this 191 hectare country park is packed with activities and beautiful parkland to explore.

The Waterfall Walkway of Glenariff Forest Park takes you on a three mile journey through the forest gorge, weaving through enchanting waterfalls on a wooden boardwalk.