Cliffs, legends of giants and traditional villages appear on this route along the Irish coastline
The ruins of this 14th century fortress overlook the Atlantic from a cliff on the steepest coast of Northern Ireland.
The capital of Northern Ireland sits on the banks of the Lagan River and the lough or Belfast Lake. The castle offers a panoramic view of the area.
The Glenariff road gives an overview of the most spectacular stretch of this coastal area.
In its port, traditional fishing boats share space with boats and sailing boats.
Causeway Coast Way
This long-distance trail can be completed in three days. Go through the Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce.
Bridge of Carrick-a-Rede
The Ballycastle rope gangway tests the vertigo of visitors with its 20 meters long.
The soft ripples of the glens , with flocks of sheep dotting their green pastures, are one of the most unique landscapes of northern ireland
These blocks of basaltic rock have given rise to a legend that sister Ireland and nearby Scotland.
The avenue of beeches that, in the eighteenth century, led to the Grace Hill mansion is today the great attraction of the town of Ballymoney.