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Enjoy the rugged landscape of this isolated island , you can let your mind wander and discover a tranquility and beauty that is so unexpected. The ferry from Ballycastle to Rathlin Island travels just six miles across the "Sea of Moyle". If you are on Ireland...

This is a rope suspension bridge near Ballintoy , on the North coast. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny Carrick Island. The site is owned and maintained by the National Trust ,  spans twenty metres , and is thirty metres above the rocks below. The bridge is...

Dunluce is on a spectacular  crag on the famous North Antrim coast that was shaped when the sea cut deep into the land , exploiting cracks on either side of the rock. The nomadic boatmen - Ireland's first inhabitants - who crossed from south-west Scotland in...

The Portrush area is arguably Northern Ireland's Favourite Holiday Destination !! Portrush has a spectacular location , being situated on a mile long peninsula extending into the Atlantic Ocean on the North coast of Ireland. This affords panoramic views over the ocean of the Causeway Coast...

Portstewart is Portrush's closest neighbour. The two resorts have carved out distinctive characters of their own over the centuries since their similar roots as small fishing villages. Portstewart  was named after the family whose 18th Century estate included the harbour It is a quieter and more sedate resort. It...

Christ Chuch Cathedral is impressive and a must see attraction on any Ireland tours !!!!! The first Christianized Danish king, Sitric, built a wooden church at this site in 1038. In 1171 the original simple foundation was extended into a cruciform and rebuilt in stone by...

On Ireland tours be sure to visit  Dunbrody Abbey !! It was founded in 1170 BC and is one of the finest examples of a Cistercian Monastery in Ireland. Attractions include the Abbey, the Maze with Pitch & Putt , Craft Shop and Tea Room. Dunbrody Abbey was...

A definite must see attraction on any Ireland tours !! Legend associates the Rock of Cashel with St. Patrick, but the name comes from Caiseal , meaning "stone fort"  , and the hill was originally the residence of the kings of Munster. Excavations have revealed some evidence...