Originally used by local fishermen, Carrick-a-Rede is now one of Northern Ireland's most iconic sights
All that remains of the Castle is a small wall on a high crag that faces the ocean.
Northern Walking Partnership organize walks and events in and around the Causeway Coast and Glens.
The route begins at Ballycastle with the roads rising into steep Glen country.
A short coastal footpath leads to Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
Free local and national visitor information.
This new exciting mini golf course is suitable for all ages and families.
Day sailing in Northern Ireland.Enjoy a day's sailing on Antrim's scenic causeway coast on ...
This annual Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive offers an unforgettable cycling experience.
This annual tournament is played on the only grass courts in Northern Ireland
St Patrick's Day Traditional Horse Ploughing Championship
Artisan Market, featuring, Arts, Crafts and Local Produce.
Join us to celebrate this great event with the communities of Ballycastle and Rathlin Island.
Exploring local connections to 1916 Easter Rising and Battle of the Somme across the Mid Antrim area
£795 per week
£12 per adult (pre-booking recommended)
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