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The iconic Claret Jug’s tour across the Causeway Coast and Glens

The Claret Jug is the shining star of a new short film showcasing the beautiful Causeway Coastal and Glens from land, air and sea. The iconic trophy, which golfing legends will contend for at The Open in July, can be seen visiting the most magnificent beaches our shoreline has to offer, standing tall on cliff…
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6 Epic Events Happening this July

It’s officially summertime here in the Causeway Coast and Glens; school is out, the sun has started to make a reappearance, and for many – this is the month that we’ve been waiting on for several years as The Open takes place half way through the month at Royal Portrush Golf Club! Besides The Open,…
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People Love The Giant’s Causeway So Much They’re Getting it Tattooed on Their Bodies

Have you ever visited the iconic Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland? It’s just one of the many well-known attractions that we’re famous for here in the Causeway Coast and Glens. These people visited the famous UNESCO World Heritage site and they loved it so much they decided to get it tattooed on their bodies forever…
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Tourism NI unveils digital tribute to our golfing greats

‘Mount Rushmore’ style sculpture of Fairhead   With The 148th Open at Royal Portrush set to shine a global spotlight on Northern Ireland like never before, Tourism NI today unveiled a fitting and fun tribute to our global golfing legends.   In a specially commissioned visual, the iconic cliffs of Fairhead in County Antrim have…
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You Won’t Believe What’s Lurking in the Waters of The Causeway Coast

Loved ‘Blue Planet’? Discover your very own on the Causeway Coast. We recently spoke with local aquaholic and marine enthusiast, Karen Patterson, who has kindly agreed to tell us about the diversity of aquamarine life in the waters which surround the Causeway Coast. Karen has been diving in the waters surrounding the Causeway Coast for…
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10 Places to Dine Out with Dad this Father’s Day

Father’s Day 2019 is 16 June! What better way to treat him than to take him out for a delicious meal (and maybe a few whiskeys) in Northern Ireland’s stunning Causeway Coast and Glens? Whether you’re visiting for the weekend or on a staycation, or even if you live within the borough itself, there’s plenty…
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FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR NI’S ‘BEST’ SMALL VISITOR ATTRACTION

  The finalists for Northern Ireland’s ‘Best’ Small Visitor Attraction, a competition launched by George Best Belfast City Airport in partnership with Tourism NI and all eleven local councils, have been revealed. The attraction or experience from each council area which received the highest number of ‘likes’ from members of the public on the airport’s…
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Incredible Events Happening this June

It’s time to start counting down the days until the school summer holidays begin, crossing our fingers and toes for sunshiny weather, and spending more time in the great outdoors! This June, a whole host of fantastic events take place throughout the Causeway Coast and Glens region, which will meet a variety of different tastes…
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5 Alternative Accommodation Options in the Causeway Coast and Glens

  Planning your next break to Northern Ireland’s incredible Causeway Coast and Glens? There’s plenty of great places to stay throughout the area. If you’re searching for a unique and quirky place to rest your head, read on!   Bunk up in a Barn Experience a real Irish welcome at Ballyeamon Barn, Cushendall. This is…
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20 Exciting Things to See and Do this Bank Holiday Weekend

  Bank holiday Monday will soon be here! Will you be enjoying a short spring break in the Causeway Coast and Glens? Here’s 20 things you can see, do and experience during your stay: 1. Explore historical ruins With Medieval castles, abandoned friaries, and desolate mansions, the Causeway Coastal Route is home to some of…
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