Derry Farm Cottages
Causeway Coastal Route Driving Tour
A kaleidoscopic journey of natural wonders, peppered with villages and towns which have retained their character and charm over the generations….
The Giant’s Causeway
The Giant’s Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt, is the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Travellers with some time on their hands are advised to take in the nearby Old Bushmills Distillery, connected by steam train.
Old Bushmills Distillery
Bushmills Old Distillery was first permitted to produce whiskey on 20 April 1608, when King James I granted a licence to Sir Thomas Philips, governor of Ulster…
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Traditionally fishermen erected the bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island over a 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm to check their salmon nets. Today visitors are drawn here simply to take the rope bridge challenge!
The ferry to Rathlin Island travels just six miles across the “Sea of Moyle”. This island is six miles long, one mile wide, “L” shaped and home to a small population of around seventy people.
Dunluce Castle is sited dramatically close to the edge of a headland, along the North Antrim coast. Surrounded by jaw dropping coastal scenery…
Glens of Antrim
Several valleys stretch inland from the Antrim coastline, nestling between ridges of wooded hills. This is an ideal country for long walks. Some of the best amenities can be found at the Glenariff Forest Park.
The most visibly striking historic feature of the city is the historic walls. It is the only remaining completely walled City in Ireland and one of the finest examples of Walled Cities in Europe and they have been kept in a splendid state of preservation.
Glenelly, Derg and Mourne Valleys
Hidden away in the heart of Ulster, this tranquil heartland features picturesque walking and cycling routes, peaceful picnic sites, excellent angling and an opportunity to taste a tradition rich in myth and legend.
Despite the similar claims of the Cliffs of Moher, the cliffs at Slieve League near Carrick (County Donegal) are officially the highest in Europe.
Ulster American Folk Park
The Ulster American Folk Park is an outdoor museum of emigration which tells the story of millions of people who emigrated from these shores throughout the 18th and 19th centuries.
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
NITB Best Visitor Attraction 2004, is one of Ireland’s foremost visitor attractions illustrating the way of life and the traditions of the people of the north of Ireland.
Marble Arch Caves
One of Europe’s finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers. Cuilcagh Mountain Park an area of outstanding natural beauty within Northern Ireland.