The Dunluce Gallery is the major aspect of Dunluce Antiques, established in 1978.
Magnificent cliff top castle
Explore Northern Ireland's beautiful Causeway Coast from the sea!
Dunluce Castle is dramatically located atop a cliff on the north coast.
Explore the iconic Causeway Coast.
Join us for a memorable experience. See the North Coast from Portrush round to the Giant"s Causeway.
Causeway Gallery, Irish art, crafts and collectables.
Giants causeway, carrick a rede rope bridge, bushmills distillery, dunluce and dark hedges.
Self-guided tour starting following the Clan’s epic sagas on the Causeway Coast.
Giant's Causeway memorable sightseeing experience
Dunluce Links - 18 HolesValley - 18 HolesSkerries - 9 Holes (Par 3)
Railtours Ireland are delighted to offer visitors to Dublin the chance to see a great portion of Ireland that they would not ordinarily be able to experience comfortably in one day. Sit back and relax as your train glides through the heart of Ireland
Join us for a memorable experience. See the North Coast from Portrush round to the Giant’s Causeway.
Discover Giants Causeway & Belfast on this private day tour from Dublin. Enjoy your own private tour vehicle & driver-guide with collection from your Dublin hotel.
See Rathlin up close, the seal colony, puffin sanctuary and Bruce's cave.
Enjoy stunning aerial views and the picturesque scenery of the North Antrim coast.
This fantastic guided tour from Derry~Londonderry visits filming locations on the Causeway Coast.
PADI FIVE STAR DIVE CENTRE with offices in Ballycastle and Portstewart.
The Giant's Causeway tour from Dublin with Finn McCools Tours takes you on a journey to see the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the amazing Giant's Causeway.
We take you to the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and the basalt hexagonal stones of the Causeway.
Travel with us to what is commonly called “The eighth wonder of the world" in small groups.
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