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Causeway Coastal Route

160 Main Street, Bushmills BT57 8QE, Northern Ireland
+44 7402 467680
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The Causeway Coastal Route is a designated scenic tourist drive around the coast of Northern Ireland between the cities of Belfast and Londonderry. The route follows the coast and takes you to several major tourist attractions along the way including The Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, The Old Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and the Glens of Antrim. There are also nine scenic loop roads that run off the main Coastal Route. These are: Islandmagee, Slemish Mountain, Glenariff, Glendun, Torr Road, Glenshesk, Bann Valley, Binevenagh Mountain and the Roe Vally. One of these (Torr Scenic Road)is quite narrow so do be careful if your not used to our small roads, one tip is to pull in your wing mirrors on the Torr Road.
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160 Main Street, Bushmills BT57 8QE, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed yesterday

I am going to copy another reviewer's description, a magical journey. We were so lucky to get a beautiful sunny evening for our drive and we did it without maps or an itinerary, we just drove and drove. It is a fantastic journey with so...More

Thank 857liamd
Reviewed yesterday

You need a good day for this as I have also done it when the mists suddenly came down and you could see nothing. It is worth getting on etc road early when the weather is probably best. Some hairy bends in the road but...More

Thank hhm501
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Hesitant to review as the beauty of this walk is outstanding and yet relatively untouched- hope it stays this way! One of the most diverse, beautiful 16 k hikes I've ever done. However, as this is touted as a one day hike I'd be remiss...More

Thank traveldad11
Reviewed 4 days ago

Spectacular views, stunning scenery and lots of stuff to do. The Antrim coast from Belfast round to Bushmills is a magical journey; particularly if the weather behaves itself. The route offers views all the way and is worth taking your time over. There are some...More

Thank Steve E
Reviewed 5 days ago

Left Belfast and headed towards Carrickfergus where we stop and had a look around. Then the scenery starts to changes as you travel up the coast from beaches to cliff and even the odd castle on the way. We loved it and would drive it...More

Thank Helsbels123456
Reviewed 5 days ago

A must for any visit to Northern Ireland as seen on the One Show. Make sure to have your camera ready to record this beautiful scenery.

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 5 days ago

As we were on holiday we followed the coastal route to the Giant's Causeway. The views are beautiful. It was sunny and dry the day we went so we could see for miles.

Thank Jrfamily15
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you ever get the opportunity this is a great experience. From the coastal views of cliffs, beaches, a castle, Giant's Causeway and rope bridge, to sheep and cattle farms to the dark hedges you will be overwhelmed by scenic greenery and beauty.

Thank dcetraveling
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Giant's Causeway is a natural phenomenon which you should have seen. Now the GC is part of the National trust, which means that members can visit it for free, but the others have to pay an entrance fee (which also gives acces to the...More

Thank singel
Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved Carrickfergus and Cushendall. Handy parking and viewing areas all along the route. Attractions we'll signed. Started in Belfast to Derry over 3 days. Should have took a bit longer perhaps to really see it.

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The family T
10 August 2017|
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Response from doddek | Reviewed this property |
If you base yourself near Ballycastle you should be able to do all of the Causeway coast (don't Miss Ballintoy Harbour) The Glenn's of Antrim , Antrim coast road Dark Hedges Ect & Some time to cross the Border & Do County... More
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Andy H
10 July 2017|
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Response from Nannygale | Reviewed this property |
Carrick a rede, spend a few moments exploring the old Killen, and the area behind the lower parking lot. Which is where the Game of Thrones is filmed, beautiful and will only take 30 minutes extra to walk around it. The... More
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11 June 2017|
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Response from Erwin E | Reviewed this property |
Please start at the rope bridge, because it is nog so crowded. Than have Some coffee at Fullerton Arms in Ballitoy. After that you go to bushmills destillery, where you can park your car at special parking for Giant's... More
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