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10 Photos That Will Make You Want To Visit the Causeway Coast Right Now!

Despite living close to Antrim, I only visited the Causeway Coast for the first time this year. We had rain for the first two days but that didn’t matter. In fact I think it made some of the images more dramatic! Here are 10 photos that will make you want to visit the Causeway Coast.


1. The Giants Causeway

I felt like I was at the edge of the world at the Giants Causeway. You will be surprised at how people step aside, so it is possible to get the perfect photo!

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2. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge is a must do when on the Causeway Coast. The turquoise sea and the stunning views are incredible, regardless of weather!

3. Dunluce Castle

This 14th century  Dunluce castle was the inspiration for the castle in C.S. Lewis tale of Narnia – need I say more?

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4. A ‘wee’ Ulster Fry

Take the morning Ballycastle Food Tour and enjoy the perfect start with the perfect breakfast – ‘A Wee Ulster Fry’ – at the Bay Cafe, Ballycastle.

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5. Fair Head Drive

Just a few miles from Ballycastle – the Fair Head drive is perfect for a road trip. Steep hills, winding roads and perfect sea-views.

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6. Typical Irish Images.

This one was taken along the Fair Head drive but images like this are all over the Causeway Coast!

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7. Bushmills is here!

The Causeway coast is home to the town of Bushmills. Take the whiskey tour in the Old Bushmills Distillery, have lunch or overnight in the cosy Bushmills Inn and have a delicious dinner at Tartine Restaurant, in the Distillers Arms.

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8. Aerial view of Ballycastle

Voted the best place to live in Northern Ireland for the past two years, this coastal town is the perfect base to enjoy the Causeway Coast. Enjoy the sandy beach, cliff walks and many great restaurants.

9. The Best Seafood Chowder you will ever taste!

After a mornings outdoor pursuits pop in to the Central Wine Bar, Ballycastle for some amazing seafood chowder!

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10. The Dark Hedges

No visit would be complete to ‘Game of Thrones’ country without a visit to the Kings Road.

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For visitors information visit  the Causeway Coast and Glens or


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The Travel Expert Sarah Slattery


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