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Giants Causeway and Antrim Coast Tour - small group tours

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c/o: Irish Tour Tickets shop 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim,
Mr James Monaghan
T: (028) 9024 0300
E: info@odysseycoachtours.co.uk

Travel with us to what is commonly called “The eighth wonder of the world" in small groups.

TOUR ITINERARY

Tour departs from ‘ Irish Tour Tickets ‘ shop – 10 Great Victoria Street – Belfast

Check in at 09:15

Depart Belfast at 09:30

Travel inland straight to the Causeway Coast

Visit Bushmills Whiskey Distillery

Arrive at Dunluce Castle

Arrive at the Giants Causeway site – stay for one hour and fifteen minutes

Enjoy crossing the Carrick a Rede rope bridge

Lunch stop at the coastal town of Ballycastle

Travel along the scenic Antrim Coast Road

Return to Belfast approx 18:45

Our first stop of the day is at Bushmills Whiskey Distillery which has been creating beautiful ‘ water of life ‘ since 1608 making this the oldest working distillery in Ireland.

Our next stop is a photo opportunity at Dunluce Castle. This now ruined medieval castle sits perched on the edge of a basalt cliff and is one of the most picturesque and romantic castles anywhere in Ireland.

We then make our way to a wonder of the world – the Giants Causeway. Commonly called 'the eighth wonder of the world', the Giants Causeway is the only world heritage site in Ireland. During our stop here you can spend time climbing over the ancient stones, snapping photos and reflecting on the myths and legends of this very unique area.

We stop for lunch in the coastal town of Ballycastle. You can choose from various lunch options depending on your own personal budget and you are welcome to bring a packed lunch if you wish.

After lunch we visit the amazing Carrick a Rede rope bridge – where you can of course cross the bridge which spans a chasm over 75ft in height. The lovely coastal path provides a spectacular walk with stunning sea and cliff views. There is a small charge to cross the bridge (approx £4 payable on site to the National Trust – National Trust members cross free of charge).