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Giants Causeway tour from Belfast
"Explore the world famous Antrim Coast and UNESCO listed Giants Causeway free from the crowds and the queues. Geologically the Giants Causeway is a volcanic formation basalt columns which naturally take the form of hexagons.Visually it is a stunning array of hexagonal rocks so regular they seem manufactured rising and falling along the sea coast. The exact same formations appear directly across the North Sea in Scotland and from this geological constancy comes a legend of ancient rivalries and Irish cunning.Travel inland straight to the Causeway Coast. Then arrive at Dunluce Castle (stunnning 14th century ruins photostop). Visit Bushmills Whiskey Distillery (the oldest licensed distillery in the world 30 minutes). Arrive at the Giants Causeway site (decribed by many as the 8th wonder of the world 2 hour stop). Carrick a Rede rope bridge (Stunning views of Rathlin Island and Scotland if you're brave enough to cross
From GBP20.00
'Game of Thrones' Locations Tour including the Giants Causeway from Belfast
"The first stop will be Carncastle (Nights Watch Beheading). It was here on the windswept Antrim Plateau that Game of Thrones kicked off in dramatic fashion with Ned Stark beheading the Night’s Watch deserter witnessed by Jon Snow Theon Greyjoy and the Stark brothers Robb and Bran; and where Catelyn captures Tyrion Lannister whom she suspects of trying to kill her son. When Bran Rickon Osha and Hodor head north to The Wall it is also from the land above Cairncastle that they take a last look back at Winterfell. The second stop will be Cushendun Caves (birth to the shadow baby). The Caves at Cushendun were formed over a period of 400
From GBP40.00
Giants Causeway Day Tour from Dublin
"The Giant’s Causeway tour is your new direct service to one of the most unique landscapes in Ireland. With a daily departure from Dublin City centre this express day trip to the Giant’s Causeway is the perfect way to explore one of the most fascinating coastlines in the world. The Giant’s Causeway tour includes a stop at the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (entrance fee included). Cross the part of the infamous Kingsroad where Arya Stark escaped from the Kings Landing. See Dunluce Castle used as House of Greyjoy perched on the north Antrim Coast. It perfectly captures the atmosphere and intrigue of the medieval world.""""Visit Giant’s Causeway
From EUR49.00

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Hiking along the Causeway Coast

It is a lovely walk for just over 1km between Ballintoy Harbour and Whitepark Bay. Below the cliffs there are several limestone and basalt rocks. Some of the rocks you can climb for a nice view and a...
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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

When I was in the military we had to walk across a long rope bridge. It was high above a cavern, two ropes for your hands so you can balance your rifle, and one rope at your feet for you to walk over....
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Whitepark Bay

White Park Bay is located a couple of kilometers west of Ballingtoy. White Park Bay is a 3 mile long sandy beach. The spectacular sandy beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North...
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Ballintoy Harbour

From the main road a narrow road leads down, past the church, to Ballintoy Harbour. It is a picturesque place below the limestone cliffs. On the seaward side the harbour is protected by big basalt...
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Dunseverick Castle

Not much remains of Dunseverick Castle. The small ruins are from a castle built in the 16th century, which was destroyed by General Munro in 1642. A tower survived for many years, but it finally...
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Sheep Island

The small rocky island off the coast in Ballintoy is named Sheep Island because sheep used to be taken there by boat to graze during the summer. The relatively flat top is grass covered but the...
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Ballintoy Church

A church was founded on this site by the Stewart family who settled in the area in the 16th century. The church was rebuilt in the 17th century and the present church was completed in 1813. There used...
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Next to the car park is Larrybane Head with white limestone cliffs. There was a quarry hear until the beginning of the 1970s. On the headland archaeologists have found traces of an Iron Age fort from...
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