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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Fiona Shannon Ceramics
    Discover your inner artist with an inspiring pottery painting experience under the guidance of local potter Fiona Shannon on the beautiful Causeway Coast.
  2. Embrace the natural beauty of the Causeway Coast and Glens in the company of qualified local guide, and owner of Ella Mor Outdoor Adventures, Heather Nicholl. Growing up exploring this magical playground, Heather loves to share her childhood memories, stories, myths and legends through inspiring outdoor adventure.
    1. Claire O'Kane of Mussenden Sea Salt stands smiling beneath Mussenden Temple, wearing a black zip up fleece with her company logo in gold.
      Walk with kinswoman Claire, of the Powerful O Cahan Clan, through this area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) as she shares her deep connection to this land though stories, myths and local folklore.
    2. a bottle of Sexton Single Malt whiskey, an Irish Coffee with 3 coffee beans floating on the cream head, a bag of Kon-Tiki Causeway Coffee
      Join professional bartender Ashley Douglas for a private fun and interactive cocktail masterclass and learn the art behind the perfect Causeway Irish Coffee.
    3. Experience a guided boat tour of the historic lighthouses of Rathlin on the Causeway Coast of Ireland whilst taking in one of Ireland's most spectacular wildlife habitats with breath taking scenery.
    4. A group of people enjoying the Fidela Roastery and Coffee Tasting Tour
      A journey of the coffee bean from the farms of Colombia to your cup in Coleraine.
      1. At sunset on a hillside with views to the horizon, a lady wearing a hat, sunglasses and a warm coat has her arm around the neck of an alpaca who is re
        Meet the cute and quirky alpacas on the Lyon’s Family Farm on the Causeway Coast.
        1. Exterior of Blackheath house and pottery
          Experience a guided tour of the beautiful grounds and characterful outbuildings of Blackheath House, built in 1791.
        2. Explore the ocean and discover what's hidden away from the trodden tourist path.
          1. Inviting you behind the doors of their private studio to experience the magic of molten glass, this is a hands on glassmaking experience at Benefield Spencer Glass studio, located just a few miles inland from Ballintoy village.
          2. image of Eleanor Jane at work station cutting glass sculpture with pilers. Eleanor Jane is  wearing protective eye glasses.
            Under the gentle guidance of Eleanor-Jane, learn how to design and create a unique transparent glass hanging piece using the copper foiling technique.
            1. aquaholics
              Explore hidden caves and secrets of the surrounding sea on our famous coastline with the 5-star PADI certified divers at Aquaholics.
            2. Daniel McKee
              Awaken to the power of the present moment. Journey through the senses on this 4 hour mindful discovery hike along the enchanting Causeway Coast. Pause at intervals to embrace restorative, playful meditation techniques and truly experience the landscape in a unique way.
            3. a group of walkers peer over a stone wall
              Heather at Ella Mor will take you on a nostalgic walking trail, telling tales of her childhood in this scenic area of the Causeway Coast.
            4. river and roe
              Kayak along the scenic River Roe with Binevenagh Adventures before stopping to sample a delicious snack box, filled with scrumptious local produce.
            5. MV Kingfisher boat on the river with Mountsande in  background.
              Experience the tranquil River Bann from the comfort of White River Charter's vintage vessel and discover the fascinating origin story of human settlement in Ireland.
              1. Kintra
                This is a hands-on experience where one will learn a new skill while using a compass, charts and a sextant, as well as learning how the position of the stars were historically used to tell your position while at sea.
              2. Ballycastle Traditional Music Trail
                Put yourself in the capable hands of two very skilled local trad musicians on a musical journey from the seafront up into the heart of Ballycastle. Visit the pubs where music has been kept alive through generations and at each stop experience live music in your own personal ‘session’.
              3. Causeway Craft Trail
                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.
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