Originally used by local fishermen, Carrick-a-Rede is now one of Northern Ireland's most iconic sights
Located one mile from Cushendall are the delightful ruins of a 13th century Franciscan foundation.
For fun and entertainment enjoy a family visit to Waterworld.
Stunning rural beach within walking distance of the resort town of Portrush.
Wildlife trips- see Puffins, razorbills, guillemots, porpoise.
Irish Craft Shop offering a range of gifts, craftware and fashions for men, women and children.
Nine hole course with double tees adjoining a tranquil seaside village.
A heritage railway providing a passenger link between the town of Bushmills & the Giant's Causeway.
30km long distance challenge walk along the spectacular Causeway Coast cliff path.
Pop-up studio and gallery space featuring the work of Adrian Margey and EvanaBjourson.
This annual tournament is played on the only grass courts in Northern Ireland
Pirates off Portrush is based around the exploits of Scottish Pirate Tavish Dhu.
Artisan Market, featuring, Arts, Crafts and Local Produce.
Exploring local connections to 1916 Easter Rising and Battle of the Somme across the Mid Antrim area
This annual Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive offers an unforgettable cycling experience.
£12 per adult (pre-booking recommended)
£795 per week
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