Celebrate the incredible stories and facts behind the Giant’s Causeway
Hike cliff paths for unforgettable views of the causeway
Want to know how to take the best possible picture of the Causeway? The experts share their tips
See one of the most dramatic landscapes on earth
A heritage railway providing a passenger link between the town of Bushmills & the Giant's Causeway.
The most unique and exciting event in the Northern Ireland running calendar.
When conditions are right, high quality salmon angling is available on four stretches of the river.
Ballintoy Harbour can be discovered in the picturesque village of Ballintoy, County Antrim.
Breakwater Studio Rathlin just 100 meters to the left of the Rathlin Island Ferry Terminal.
Studio art gallery showing the work of artist James McNulty.
The spectacular sandy beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim Coast.
St Patrick's Day Traditional Horse Ploughing Championship
Exploring local connections to 1916 Easter Rising and Battle of the Somme across the Mid Antrim area
Artisan Market, featuring, Arts, Crafts and Local Produce.
30km long distance challenge walk along the spectacular Causeway Coast cliff path.
Join us to celebrate this great event with the communities of Ballycastle and Rathlin Island.
This annual tournament is played on the only grass courts in Northern Ireland
Causeway Coast Artists is a group who live on or whose work is inspired by the Causeway Coast.
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