Personal Project - North Antrim Coast { 12 images } Created 17 Nov 2014

The north coast of County Antrim, west of Ballycastle, is dominated, from a tourist perspective, by Northern Ireland’s most famous tourist attraction, the bizarre formation of basalt columns at the Giant’s Causeway. On the way, near the town of Ballintoy, there are several pleasant diversions, Whitepark Bay and not least the precarious rope bridge to Carrick-a-rede Island. West of the Causeway, you have the imposing and well-preserved remains of Dunluce Castle, the stronghold of the local MacDonnell clan
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