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The sounds of the crashing waves, the birds soaring up above, the salty taste from the sea on your lips and the wind whistling past your ears – these are all part of this legendary land’s beauty.So settle down in a B&B, cosy cottage or hotel in one of a scattering of welcoming towns or villages, and pick a few gems to explore each day.There’s nowhere that blurs history and myth quite like County Antrim’s Giant's Causeway.
Just a few miles away lies Glenariff Forest Park, a gorgeous nature reserve in the heart of the glens, with three spectacular waterfalls and a choice of peaceful riverside walks.
Don't miss the chance to visit Northern Ireland's only offshore inhabited island, Rathlin.
For a different view, try a sea tour of the area that takes you from Ballylumford right up to the cliffs – keep an eye out for Northern Ireland’s only mainland puffin colony!
Then head into the busy town of Larne for some rest, relaxation and a delicious meal in the historic Billy Andy's bar. Glenarm Castle has been home to the Mc Donnell family since the 1600s, and they’ve maintained it with all the splendour you'd expect.
The Gobbins cliff walk has clung to the enormous basalt cliffs of the Islandmagee peninsula for over one hundred years.
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The path is a one-of-a-kind experience: walk along the tubular bridge (33ft/10 metres above the sea) and marvel at the spectacular vistas and abundant wildlife.
If you're brave enough, stay the night at Ballygally Castle Hotel, a stunning, 17th century castle that's famous for its resident ghost! Inside you'll find furniture, portraits and much more dating back to the 17th century – this is as authentic as it gets.
Take a wander through the castle gardens, too: they are among the oldest in Ireland, and the perfect spot to while away an afternoon in the sunshine.
Take a deep breath, step onto the sturdy, wooden slats, and you'll be rewarded by some of the best views on the Causeway Coastal Route.
Look down and you'll catch intriguing glimpses of mysterious caves and caverns as the ocean swirls far below you. Ballintoy Harbour is picture perfect – and it’s got star power, too, appearing in HBO’s Game of Thrones® as the Iron Islands.