Giant’s Causeway, N Ireland’s only World Heritage site with it’s impressive 40,000 basalt columns.
Impressive historic castles at Dunluce and Dunseverick as well as the much photographed Mussenden Temple, all overlooking the wild Atlantic Ocean and all with their own impressive stories and legends.
The famous Carrick-a-rede rope bridge near the picturesque harbour at Ballintoy. Although only 20m across, it swings 30m above the ocean – not for the faint hearted!
A few miles away is the renown Bushmills Distillery, Ireland’s oldest working Distillery from where the famous whisky is exported throughout the world.
The Game of Thrones experience including the Dark Hedges.
Causeway Coast is well known for stunning beaches like Portstewart Strand, Portrush, Benone, Castlerock and Whitepark Bay. There are miles of golden sands and dunes full of wildlife, perfect for walking or running and ideal for both picnics and sand castles.
All types of water sports are available, swimming, skiing, bodyboarding, kayaking and even jet skiing on designated areas.
Other annual events include the famous North West 200 motor bike race, the annual Air Show and the Champion Pipe Band contests.
Last but not least, are the famous golf links on our doorstep. Whilst there are numerous courses in the North Coast Triangle area, like Castlerock and Ballycastle, Portstewart Links recently hosted the Irish Open, and of course, Royal Portrush has the honour of hosting the British Open Championship in 2019.
Portstewart and Portrush have a variety of first class restaurants some within walking distance like Harry’s Shack at the beach. On the coast road there is Amici and Tides both with stunning views over the Atlantic, the Ramore Restaurant complex in Portrush, or for live music entertainment, the Harbour Bar in Portstewart.
Portstewart itself has many interesting and individual shops, galleries and coffee shops and for day to day needs there are the local supermarkets like Tesco.