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Awaken your Giant Spirit

Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Causeway Coastal Route
    120 miles of pure magic. Hugging the wild Atlantic coastline with dramatic cliffs, lush green fields and dotted with iconic attractions along the way. While it’s the ultimate road trip, we recommend you stop frequently to truly experience the natural beauty, wildlife and people of the Causeway Coast and Glens. Things to do on the Causeway Coastal Route
  2. Surfing
    From walking to cycling, surfing to sea safaris, castles and heritage sites, beaches and bars, music, arts and culture, tours and trails, forests and local food, events and experiences, golf and Game of Thrones® and more. You’ll never be short of things to do in the Causeway Coast and Glens.
  3. Looking out of a room at Blackrock B&B across Portrush West Strand at sunset
    Looking for accommodation in Causeway Coast and Glens? You’ll be spoilt for choice of places to stay. Whether you are looking for a boutique hotel or friendly guesthouse, stylish B&B or self-catering property with a difference, there is a wide range of welcoming accommodation to suit every taste and budget.
  4. Tables and chairs in Elephant Rock restaurant
    From the oldest licensed whiskey distillery to new artisan producers, there’s a lot going on in the Causeway Coast and Glens’ food and drink scene. Savour the tastes served up by the talented chefs in cafes and restaurants. How about some street food? You just need to place you order.
  5. Atlantic Sessions having Hunkpapa on stage at the Anchor Bar
    When it comes to events, the Causeway Coast and Glens seriously punches above its weight. Big hitters include the annual North West 200 International Road Race and The 153rd Open retruning to Royal Portrush, but throughout the year you’ll find a full programme of family, seasonal, music, food and arts events.
  6. Interior of Ballymoney Visitor Information Centre with life size willow weave cow.
    Call in to one of our Visitor Information Centres for the best, up to date local advice as well as maps, guides, Gift Cards, plus accommodation, tour and attraction bookings and even local crafts and produce. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are always happy to share advice and suggestions on what to see and do during your stay and to help with bookings and other plans.
  7. Image of a Causeway Coast and Glens Gift Card with neutral colour gift wrap paper and gift box.
    Causeway Coast and Glens Gift Cards are available to purchase from our Visitor Information Centres. Cards can be used in over 200 local businesses across the Borough as well as in our Visitor Information Centres to purchase tours, workshops, experiences, local crafts and produce.
There's so much to see and do

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  1. Causeway Craft Trail - Patricia Millar working on her Ceramics in studio
    Discover the arts and crafts businesses that thrive in the Causeway Coast and Glens. A warm welcome awaits - drop in, meet the makers and listen to their stories whilst acquiring cool new skills with a workshop in basket weaving or pottery, painting or wooden spoon carving.
  2. Picture This Frame, Burnfoot

    Picture This, a new trail that frames some of the hidden treasures of the Causeway Coast and Glens, is highlighting the destination's off the beaten track beauty spots and guides visitors to explore the scenic countryside.

  3. Maps & Guides
    Download our range of printer and mobile-friendly maps and guides ahead of your next visit to Northern Ireland's Causeway Coast and Glens. Here, you'll find maps of our towns and villages, heritage trails and our comprehensive Visitor Guide!
  4. a tour group aboard a boat looking at a map

    Discover something totally unique during your next visit to the Causeway Coast and Glens. From boat trips, to snorkelling lessons, immersive hiking experiences to guided meditation, experience a day out with one of our fantastic activity providers which opens your mind and allows you to embrace something new.

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View of what Causeway Coast and Glens has to offer and some of the best things to see and do during a visit.
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