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Causeway Coast & Glens by Motorcycle

Nutt Travel, 15 Sperrin Business Park, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT52 2DH
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4 day motorcycle self drive Causeway Coast & Glens tour including accommodation and ferry booking.

DAY 1: Your adventure begins the minute you get off the ferry. Enjoy winding roads from Larne to Glenarm and stop off at Glenarm Castle and its glorious walled garden for coffee or brunch. make your way to Armoy where you can visit the circuit of the famous Armoy Race of Legends and enjoy a few laps of the 3 mile triangular circuit. Then to the seaside town of Ballycastle to stay for the night and enjoy the variety of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs.

DAY 2: As you are right in the centre of the Glens of Antrim take a visit to the Dark Hedges – it was used to film the HBO TV show Game of Thrones. Then return to Ballycastle along the coast road stopping at the tiny harbours of Ballintoy, Dunseverick and Portbradden before reaching the iconic UNESCO site of the Giant's Causeway. ead towards Bushmills, home of the world's Oldest Licensed Whiskey Distillery – you can enjoy a sample a glass of the finished product. Continue your trip to Portrush where you spend the night and visit the North West 200 circuit which connects the neighbouring towns of Portstewart & Coleraine. Again enjoy the 9 mile circuit that many famous racers have battled on.

DAY 3: This morning you will travel towards Ballymoney and visit the Dunlop Memorial Garden and pay homage to the Dunlop brothers, Joey & Robert. Then head towards Castlerock in the distance you will see Mussenden Temple perched on a clifftop overlooking the panoramic coastline. From here follow the road to Limavady, where you can explore Roe Valley Country Park or explore Binevenagh Mountain which has an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status. Tonight you stay in Limavady.

DAY 4: Today after enjoying a hearty Irish breakfast make your way back to the port via the 5.7 mile Mid Antrim Road Race circuit centred around Clough village where you end your journey and it is now time to make your way back to your port.


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