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Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coast and Glens is a unique region with patchwork-quilt countryside, picturesque fishing villages, golden sands, towering cliffs, silent glens, a World Heritage site and the home of golfing champions Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell. The region is also the place to see some of the TV show ‘Game of Thrones’ most iconic locations. Experience the region by driving the 120 mile Causeway Coastal Route, which has been described as ‘One of the World’s Great Road Journeys’.
Heading north from Northern Ireland’s capital city Belfast, the Causeway Coastal Route leads you on an easy to navigate odyssey along the Antrim and Londonderry coastline, calling at picture postcard villages and glens with gushing waterfalls and gurgling streams.
There is something to suit all ages and interests at National Trust attractions along the Causeway Coastal Route.
The charming village of Cushendun is located at the foot of Glendun, one of the nine Glens of Antrim. Steeped in character and folklore, this historic village offers a warm welcome, wonderful walks and breathtaking scenery.
For those who love a challenge, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge is certainly worth a visit. Set amidst unrivalled coastal scenery, the 30m-deep and 20m-wide chasm is traversed by an amazing rope bridge that was traditionally erected by salmon fishermen. Visitors bold enough to cross the bridge are rewarded with fantastic views of Rathlin Island and the Scottish islands.
As the coastal route unfolds, follow in the footsteps of giants with a visit to Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, the Giant’s Causeway. Discover the stories and science of this iconic place in the new world-class visitor centre, explore the 40,000 basalt columns, enjoy stunning coastal walks or relax and shop in the Giant’s Causeway visitor centre.
Other National Trust places to visit along the Causeway Coastal Route include the historic Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House and the spectacular beaches at Portstewart Strand and White Park Bay.
We have teamed up with several hotels along the Causeway Coastal Route, for P&O Ferries. Find out more.