North West 200

The North West 200 is a motorcycle race meeting held each May in Northern Ireland. It is held in a 8.970 mi (14.436 km) road course between the towns of  Portstewart, Coleraine and Portrush in Causeway Coast and Glens. The course, known as the Triangle, … Read More

Beaches

Cushendall beach is a picturesque sandy beach backed by grasslands suitable for picnics and set in a bay to the north of Cushendall. Uninterrupted views to the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland will demonstrate that, at the closest point, Scotland … Read More

Curfew Tower

The iconic Curfew Tower in the centre of the village was built by the then landlord of the town, Francis Turnley, in 1817, to confine idlers and rioters. Dan McBride, an army pensioner, was given the job of keeper of … Read More

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

(ca. 1890-1900)  is a famous rope bridge near Ballintoy. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede (meaning “rock of the casting”). It spans 20 metres (66 ft) and is 30 metres (98 ft) above the rocks below. The bridge … Read More

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is a ‘must see’ on any trip to Belfast and has become the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland and one of the top attractions in Ireland. Housed in an iconic, six-floor building, Titanic Belfast is located … Read More

Golf

Cushendall is host to a very picturesque and challenging 9 hole course. The river Dall is a major feature of the golf course and forms challenges at 7 of the 9 holes, on its way to the Sea of Moyle. … Read More

Walking

Walking – The Glens of Antrim is a  walker’s paradise.  With breath-taking views over coastal trails and lush woodlands, through deep glens and tumbling waterfalls. If group walks are preferred more information can be found at www.walkni.com – a highly … Read More

Cottage Wood

Cottage Wood Cottage Wood is a 10 acre woodland area on High Street at the edge of the village, managed by the Causeway Coast and Glens Council. It has a network of paths and bridges running through the woodland and … Read More

Rathlin Island

Rathlin Island is just six miles across the Sea of Moyle from Ballycastle. This island is six miles long, one mile wide, “L” shaped and home to a slowly increasing population of around 140 people. At the Boathouse Visitor Centre … Read More

The Gobbins

Excite all the senses on this exhilarating, basalt cliff-face path, which was first enjoyed in the early 1900s. Located on the scenic Islandmagee peninsula, the attraction has been reborn and reimagined for the 21st century giving unparalleled access to the … Read More