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We were taken for a tour of Northern Antrim and this coastal drive was stunning. Lovely scenery across to Scotland and some attractive valleys and coastal villages away from the bustle of Belfast.
To be recommended.
A beautiful drive from Larne all the way to Torr Head and Ballycastle. Loads of places to stop along the way to take in the views of grab an ice cream / something to eat. A must do when in County Antrim.
On this route it's possible to see Scotland and the Isle of Arran on a clear day. The route takes you through a number of sleepy villages an and tastings d if followed far enough, it takes in Bushmills where the famous Irish Whiskey is...More
Not much to add over what others have already written, except to say that we were relatively unlucky with the weather, but the drive is beautiful even on a grey day. Don't cancel your plans due to weather.
Also, there is a branch off the...More
We only had one day in Northern Ireland. Our first time. Perfect weather. And what a fantastic day that was with our personable tour guide Fergal Kearney of InSite Tours. Fergal's experience as a photographer and tourist board member was an added plus. He picked...More
Voted the best region to visit by Lonely Plant for 2018, they have just realised what we locals have known forever ... for scenery, culture, food and drink, there's no place like the Coast Road from Larne to Ballycastle!
We drove from Portstewart towards Belfast along the coastal road. It is spectacular. There are many places to stop at along the way, with villages and inlets to visit. The giants causeway is obviously a great attraction but only 1 of many. Take your time,...More
Not at all. There is a bridge / tunnel through one part where uou have to go more to the middle but everyone knows and it's fine. This is my favourite road so drive it for pleasure. There are many 30mph limits so look out... More
Not at all. There is a bridge / tunnel through one part where uou have to go more to the middle but everyone knows and it's fine. This is my favourite road so drive it for pleasure. There are many 30mph limits so look out for them. I would definitely have a picnic on route...loads of lovely stopping off places :) with stunning views. You could stop at Glenarm castle tearoom too...that would be a nice treat :) Enjoy. Mmmm i think i know jow I'm going to spend today now!