The Giants Causeway

Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour

Dark Hedges

Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour

Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge

Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour

Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour

The Volcanic formations at the Giants Causeway are one of the amazing wonders of the world. See it first hand and all the breath taking scenery that surrounds it.

No. of Passengers
Price
Availability
  • 1-4

£340

available

  • 5-7

£370 - £430

available

* Anywhere in the Belfast Area

£35 minimum for up to 2 people and £15pp for each additional passenger.

We also cater for large Groups also (price on request)

Key Attractions of the Tour

Giants Causeway

This is the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland for obvious reasons. Created over 60 million years ago after intense volcanic activity, the Giants Causeway has been shrouded in myths and legend from pre-history. Designated as a World Heritage Site, you can enjoy spectacular views of the North Antrim Coast and Scotland on a clear day. The Giants Causeway is an unmissable attraction when visiting our island.

Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge

Spanning a chasm 80 feet deep, this seasonal bridge is used mainly by local salmon fishermen to reach their nets on a small island just off-shore. The bridge is now a popular tourist attraction, with the brave visitors crossing the bridge leaving the not so brave behind… The trail to the bridge gives unbelievable views of the Antrim Coast along with Sheep Island, Rathlin Island and also Scotland.

Bushmills Whisky Distillery

You can also visit the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world in the small village of Bushmills. Here you can ramble throughout the distillery and take one of the excellent guided tours. See how the whiskey is made from local water and learn how it became known as ‘The Water of Life’. No visit would be complete without the obligatory tasting session after the tour and of course you can peruse the Gift Shop for souvenirs or a little something for yourself.

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle is mentioned in historical records from the 14th Century as the home of Richard De Burgh. It is home to the Wishing Well and Mermaids Cove and sits dramatically perched above a massive sea cliff. There are fantastic views of the northern part of Ireland (as far as Donegal) and the Antrim and Derry Coast from this vantage point. A beautiful Irish Castle which will enthrall all who visit.

Free Belfast Murals Tour with Causeway Tour

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