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
The Dunluce Gallery is the major aspect of Dunluce Antiques, established in 1978.
Bushmills Cycle Hire - Discover the Causeway Coast by bike.
The Giant's Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt.
Learn to Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) on the Causeway Coast! Trip Advisor's No.1 To Do Activity ...
Northern Walking Partnership organize walks and events in and around the Causeway Coast and Glens.
A short coastal footpath leads to Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
Island Treasures is a small independent business run by Catriona Blaney.
This new exciting mini golf course is suitable for all ages and families.
Causeway Coast Artists is a group who live on or whose work is inspired by the Causeway Coast.
30km long distance challenge walk along the spectacular Causeway Coast cliff path.
This annual tournament is played on the only grass courts in Northern Ireland
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.
This annual Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive offers an unforgettable cycling experience.
Join us to celebrate this great event with the communities of Ballycastle and Rathlin Island.
€20 - €25 per person depending on numbers
From £199 per stay
£12 per adult (pre-booking recommended)
From €225 pps
From ZAR 27,250 per person sharing
€15.30 single trip for Car/MPV including passenger
From €19.20 per lunch
From €49.50 per day
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