The Causeway Coastal Route is a must see area for visitors to Northern Ireland with its amazing coastal scenery, haunting Glens and myriad of attractions, not to mention its fascinating myths and legends and warm and welcoming people.
The Port of Larne is just 20 miles from Northern Ireland’s capital city of Belfast and within easy reach of all of Northern Ireland’s major tourist attractions such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site at The Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and Titanic Belfast, recently awarded the title of the world’s best visitor attraction.
Within 15 miles of the Port Of Larne are a number of fascinating cultural heritage at-tractions such as Carrickfergus Castle, Glenarm Castle and Walled Garden and The Gobbins Cliff Path which are ideally suited to smaller special interest groups looking for a new visitor experience.
- The Giant’s Causeway A UNESCO world heritage site, the Giant’s Causeway is a formation of 40,000 basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions over 60 million year
- Carrickfergus, once the capital of ancient Ireland, is just 14 miles from Port of Larne and home to a stunning medieval castle.
- Glenarm Castle is the home of Viscount and Viscountess Dunluce and their family. The present castle has been in the McDonnell family since it was first built in 1636.
- Imagine walking on water – that’s exactly how visitors to The Gobbins Cliff Path have likened the spectacular walk with its amazing bridges and tunnel.
- In the small village of Bushmills, settled on the banks of the river you'll find the oldest working distillery in Ireland. A place where family and friends have worked for generations.
- Titanic Belfast, recently awarded the title of the world’s best visitor attraction.