- is the much photographed medieval castle dramatically situated on the edge of a basalt cliff overlooking the wild Atlantic Ocean. Many local stories and folklore surround this stunning ruin.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
- is the famous salmon fisherman’s bridge first built in 1755 to connect the mainland with Carrick-a-Rede island. A thriving fishing industry for centuries, 2002 saw a sad decline in the industry and the last fish was caught at Carrick-a-Rede, now a thriving tourist attraction and great way to experience the Atlantic Ocean from a Birdseye view.
- is a world heritage site and geological wonder of tall basalt columns. Dramatic cliffs and the wild Atlantic Ocean provide a breathtaking setting, which have inspired creatives for centuries. The visitor centre is open 9am - 5pm, the Coastline path and North Antrim Coast path are open dawn until dusk.