CAUSEWAY COAST

3 AMAZING STOPS ALONG THE

01

Garrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge draws many tourists to Northern Ireland (including myself!). It spans 65 feet from the mainland to the island of Carrickarede. And is almost 100 feet to the rocks below.

Would you dare walk across it?

I did!

02

Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway is known for its thousands of interlocking hexagonal columns. The estimated 40,000 of them vary in heights and look similar to garden stepping stones.

And you can walk on them!

But, be careful while walking, it’s easy to take a misstep!

It’s hard to find a sections that’s not crowded, but I did.

03

Dunluce Castle

But, its beauty prevails!

#bestofireland

Dunluce is a ruined medieval castle that sits on the sheer cliffs of the Causeway coast. A visit may bring you back to tumultuous times of the 15th century, an era of violence and rebellion.

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  • TourismIreland

    Well done crossing Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Annette! How did you like the views from the other side?

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