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In the northernmost reaches of Northern Ireland lies some of the most breathtaking scenery ever known.

From the spectacular nine Glens of Antrim to the Giants Causeway World heritage site and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge; from the rugged coastline of Torr Head and Murlough Bay to the unsurpassed beauty of Rathlin Island; from the quiet charm of sleepy villages such as Bushmills, Ballintoy and Cushendun to the bustle of Ballycastle, a friendly market town - this region of Northern Ireland is famous the world over for its history, its legends and the genuine warmth of its hospitality. Here you'll enter a world of lush green forests, sweeping glens, rugged seascapes and sleepy villages; a land of tall tales of battling giants, princesses in peril and tragic, star crossed lovers.

Ardclinis Church

Glenariffe, Ballymena

The ruins of Ardclinis Church and Graveyard occupy a beautiful setting overlooking Red Bay in the townland and civil parish of Ardclinis

St Aidan's Church and Holy Well

Limavady

An inscribed stone cross at Duncrun marks the site of St Patrick's Monastery and the Roman Catholic church there is dedicated to St Aidan (C6) whose tomb stands near the old church ruins.

Giant's Causeway - National Trust

Bushmills

Follow in the footsteps of giants at Northern Ireland's iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basalt columns of the Causeway landscape were left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago.

Scullion Hurls Economusee

Ballymena

Scullion Hurls are located in the village of Loughguile. The Scullion family invite you to visit the workshop and experience the traditional Irish Craft of Hurl making. You can also buy the hurls and other gifts in the giftshop.

Ballintoy Harbour

Ballintoy, Ballycastle

Ballintoy Harbour can be discovered in the picturesque village of Ballintoy. Known as a ‘raised beach’, it is located alongside the B15 coast road, 17 miles north-east of Coleraine and five miles west of Ballycastle.

Rathlin Island

Ballycastle

Amidst the rugged landscape of this isolated island, you can let your mind wander and discover a tranquility and beauty that is so unexpected.

Dunluce Castle Medieval Irish Castle on the Antrim Coast

Bushmills

Dunluce Castle is located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea, along the North County Antrim coast.

Roe Valley Country Park

Limavady

This scenic and tranquil park on the outskirts of Limavady offers spectacular riverside views and woodland walks along with opportunities for salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, rock climbing and orienteering.

The McDonnell Trail Centre

Armoy, Ballymoney

The Mc Donnell Trail Centre will help you understand some of the history of the castles, monuments and rugged coastline of the Causeway Coast. We will take you back to the 16th century when the Causeway Coast was ruled by Sorley Boy Mc Donnell.

Ballymoney Visitor Information Centre

Ballymoney

Open all year, wheelchair access. The Ballymoney TIC provides a first class information service for visitors to Northern Ireland and local residents.
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