Some places make you want to take your time... like the Causeway Coastal Route. Clinging to Ireland's rugged northern coastline between buzzing Belfast city and the walled splendour of Derry~Londonderry, this is a glorious mix of pretty villages, pristine beaches and exhilarating clifftop walks. The scenery alone will take your breath away – but it's the smaller experiences that will stay in your memory. The Causeway Coastal Route is everything we hoped Ireland would look like. Breathtaking ocean views, beautiful rolling Irish hills of green, quaint villages on hillsides... TripAdvisor Imagine breathing in the scent of the sea from the craggy heights of Torr Head, tucking in to a plate of freshly caught seafood in a friendly fishing village, or daring yourself to look down as you cross the gently swaying Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Once you get a taste of the Causeway Coastal Route, you'll never want to leave. A Giant's Journey Explore the Causeway Coastal Route, a dramatic collision of land and sea and one of Ireland's most breathtaking landscapes. Giant's Causeway Created by nature, shrouded in legend, this incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site is a Causeway Coastal Route must-see. Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge High above the swirling ocean, the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge sways, creaks and simply dares you to cross it. The Gobbins cliff path Spectacular bridges, stairways carved into the cliff face and hidden smuggler caves – The Gobbins is truly thrilling. Trip idea: Causeway Coastal Route Wondering how you can possibly pack all these Causeway marvels into one trip? We've done it for you! In the footsteps of giants From easy paths to pulse-pounding clifftop hikes, walking is a wonderful way to explore the Causeway Coast. Want to keep exploring? County Antrim Belfast may be its beating heart, but some of the treasures of County Antrim are found beyond the city limits. Derry~Londonderry Expect to find thriving culture, great nightlife and a big personality within the walls of this historic city. Belfast Cutting-edge restaurants, a vibrant music scene, a phenomenal Titanic history – it has to be Belfast.