This striking adventure playground lends itself to countless outdoor activities, including walking, cycling and horse riding, so make sure you pack your camera and get your boots on.
The glens of Antrim are definitely up there in some of the country’s most beautiful sights. Stretching across 80 miles, jagged cliffs are interrupted b y the colourful glens, which abound with wildlife and magical myths. Take a journey along the Causeway Coastal Route and immerse yourself in the spectacular scenery as your travel from Belfast to Londonderry.
Delve into Ireland’s fascinating history and uncover many Irish gems along the way. Alternatively, if you prefer to sit back and simply soak up the views as a passenger, hop on a train and enjoy the journey Michael Palin described as “one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world”. Along the way you will witness Binevenagh Mountain, Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
If you really want to get up close and personal to Antrim, there are many places you can explore on foot, including castles, palaces, parks and gardens, museums and galleries, and wonderful architectural sights.
Any adventurer will fall in love with this phenomenal county and if you’re a bit o a history lover too, well you’re in luck, with castle ruins and ancient towns and villages to explore.
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