Walk in the footsteps of giants and see the world-famous basalt columns.Visiting the causeway is free although there is a charge to visit the Giant's Causeway Visitor Experience which includes the info centre, cafe, giftshop and audio guide.
Two miles of golden sand cared for by the National Trust. This blue-flag beach is one of Northern Ireland's finest and most popular. It is also one of the few where cars still have access and permission to drive on it. A parking fee applies to those who aren't members.
Magnificent clifftop walks with rugged headland views across the awe-inspiring North Coast. Discover the 18-century mansion in ruins and Mussenden Temple perched on the cliff's edge all within the stunning landscape and beautiful gardens managed by the National Trust.
Learn about the reality of life in the rural 17th-century cottage of Hezlett House told through the people who once lived there in one of Northern Ireland's oldest buildings. Managed by the National Trust, Hezlett House is a picturesque thatched cottage.
Visit the oldest working distillery in Ireland only minutes down the spectacular causeway coast. Tours and tastings available. Children under eight years old are welcome on site but not able to join the tours. Remember to drink responsibly!
Founded in 1894 and home to three fine true links golf courses. The outstanding Championship Strand Course was the host for the 2017 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Open for members and visitors and for beginners to the world's finest golfers.
The home of one of the best and most challenging golf courses in the world, the Dunce Links, and the hidden gem of a course, the Valley Links. The Royal Portrush will host the 148th Open in July 2019 bringing it back to Northern Ireland for the first time in nearly 70 years!
The iconic ruin of Dunce Castle bears witness to a long and tumultuous history. Built on the dramatic coastal cliffs of north County Antrim in the early years of the 1500s. Enhance your visit by downloading their free app for iPhone and Android devices.