The Giant's Causeway is a World Heritage Site.
The Causeway Stones are beautiful rock formations.
Walks along the North Coast Paths are exhilarating.
The visitors centre presents a vivid account of geology, history and wildlife.
A minibus service operates from the car park to the Causeway stones during the summer.
The Bushmills Distillery is the worlds oldest licenced whiskey distillery.
It has been making its famous blends of whiskey since 1608.
A guided tour is available of the distillery during the summer months.
Dunluce Castle is one of the most identified landmarks on the Causeway coastline.
Dating back to the 16th Century, the castle is a romantic ruin perched on a dramatic cliff top.
Carrickarede rope bridge is not a trip for the faint hearted with an 80 foot downwards view of sand, sea and surf.
As the waves roar below, the breeze surrounds you with a feeling of flight.
Not to mention the astounding view of the surrounding coastline.
The castle was occupied until its capture and destruction by Cromwellian troops in the 1650s, and today only the ruins of the gatelodge remain.
A small residential tower survived until 1978 when it eventually surrendered to the sea below.
White Park Bay
This beautiful beach is only a short distance away near Portbradden.
A beautiful walk and nature trail.
This spectacular beach is near Portrush and has several miles of excellent sand.
Excellent waves for bodyboarding and surfing.