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Local Services and Businesses

Local trade in the Causeway Coast & Glens area have adapted their businesses to offer delivery services throughout the area during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please find a list of producers, crafters and more and support our local businesses during this time. (All information is correct at the time of publishing. Page last updated 09/06/2020) Ballycastle…
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Surprising Wildlife Finds of the Causeway Coast & Glens

It won’t come as much of a surprise that Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coast & Glens is host to a diverse range of fascinating wildlife, after all – who wouldn’t want to make this stunning destination their home? We spoke to an experienced wildlife photographer, Tom McDonnell (North Coast Nature) who has witnessed first-hand just how…
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Tours and Tour Guides of the Causeway Coast & Glens

Did you know that we have an abundance of tour providers in the Causeway Coast & Glens area? Experiences include walking tours; food tours; sailing experiences, Game of Thrones tours; guided running tours and many more! Tours and experiences are a fantastic way to learn about our culture and history, while taking in the fresh…
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Mouth-watering vegan treats to try on your next visit to the Causeway Coast

Veganuary might be over, but if you’ve opted to continue on with vegan lifestyle there’s plenty of vegan treats and dishes to be enjoyed along the Causeway Coastal Route. We’ve put together just a small selection of suggestions of what’s available in our restaurants, cafes and hotels, as recommended by locals and recent visitors to…
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How to make the perfect Irish Coffee

Fancy a little weekend treat? An Irish Coffee is an excellent little pick me up that will warm your hands and satisfy the strongest of sweet cravings. This classic cocktail of sweetened whiskey and coffee is a little piece of Ireland that you can enjoy without even having to set foot on the island! Here’s…
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Économusées in the Causeway Coast & Glens

Ever wanted to learn how our talented local food producers create such incredible and tasty products? Well now you can! The Économusée project is a Québec inspired tourism initiative that encourages visitors to watch the artisan at work whilst offering them the opportunity to discover the beautiful and indigenous crafts that are all produced onsite,…
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Impressive heritage sites to explore on your next visit to Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is home to many incredible heritage treasures, many of which are located in the stunning Causeway Coast and Glens region. From abandoned friaries to medieval castles, this intriguing coastal destination has witnessed a dramatic history and as a result, has many stories to tell. Here’s just a few you can discover on your…
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Things to See & Do in 2020

The year 2020 marks the start of a new decade, and with a new decade comes a sense of introspect. What do you want to achieve over the next 10 years? If your answer is “to travel more”, you’re not alone! Travel awakens the soul and opens our eyes to many new experiences, creating memories…
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THE 148TH OPEN DELIVERS MORE THAN £100 MILLION OF ECONOMIC BENEFIT TO NORTHERN IRELAND

The 148th Open at Royal Portrush, generated more than £100 million of economic benefit for Northern Ireland, according to an independent study commissioned by The R&A and figures released by Tourism Northern Ireland. The Open, which returned to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years delivered a total economic impact, new money entering…
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Taste Causeway members take part in social media workshop

Local food and drink businesses have been learning how to get the most from social media and online influencers at a recent workshop organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Tourism team. Down the Hatch NI, one of Northern Ireland’s leading foodie bloggers who are passionate about discovering and promoting excellence in local food…
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