Causeway Coast and Glens

 Visit the captivating Causeway Coast and its attractions of world renown

For a region relatively small in size, the 195-mile (313km) Causeway Coast packs a sizeable punch. Visit world-renowned attractions including the Giant’s Causeway, the iconic Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and the Dark Hedges of Ballymoney, one of the most photographed sites in Northern Ireland.

Visit the Captivating Causeway Coast and Its Attractions of World Renown

The craggy Antrim Coast Road of Northern Ireland, known as the Causeway Coast, extends from the coast of Belfast City to Derry-Londonderry. Studded with charming towns and scenic coastal villages, as well as dramatic scenery and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, the Causeway Coast is crying out to be explored. You may only visit for a day or two, but the memories of your Northern Ireland tour will last a lifetime.

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Of all the things to do in Northern Ireland, the Causeway Coast region is home to some of the most iconic. As Ireland and Northern Ireland tour specialists, Ireland Wild Escapes offers tours to all of the major Causeway Coast sights. These include, but are not limited to: 

  • The Giant’s Causeway needs little introduction. The emblematic UNESCO World Heritage Site, a completely natural phenomenon that boasts over 40,000 interlocking geometric columns, was formed between 50 and 60 million years ago. According to local legend, however, the curious causeway is the result of the battle between Finn McCool and Scottish giant, Benandonner.
  • Another Causeway Coast experience for your Northern Ireland bucket list, is the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. First erected by salmon fishermen over 250 years ago, crossing the precariously perched rope bridge from the mainland across to the island of Carrickarede is one of the most exhilarating activities on the Causeway Coast.  
  • We also highly recommend a visit to the mystical Dark Hedges, made famous by their appearance in Game of Thrones, a Causeway Coast must. 

It is our desire to take you off the beaten track, to share with you the unique Causeway Coast experiences that we have uncovered as Ireland experts, that will lead to some of the most magical moments of your visit to Northern Ireland; tours that peel back the layers of the destination and offer complete immersion in the Irish way of life.  

  • Don’t miss Mussenden Temple, perched dramatically above the clifftops of Castlerock.
  • The Blue Flag beach of Portstewart, which inspired Bing Crosby’s  hit, ‘Red Sails in the Sunset’.

Bushmills, the oldest working distillery in Ireland, with its state-of-the-art visitor centre, is a Northern Ireland tour essential.

Ireland slow travel specialists, Ireland Wild Escapes’ wide range of immersive tours covers the entire island of Ireland, from the epic Wild Atlantic Way to Ireland’s Ancient East and Hidden Heartlands.

What sets Ireland Wild Escapes apart is our commitment to ensuring maximum enjoyment, with minimal impact on the local community and natural environment. Many of our tour incorporate element of local customs and traditions, as part of our commitment to preserving Ireland’s unique and precious intangible heritage, and we use only the very best local guides. You will find the same common thread across all our Causeway Coast tours. 

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