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Fair Head, Ballycastle

Our scenery is famous around the world... in every corner of our wonderful region you’ll find views that will lift your spirits and live in your heart for ever.

Irish rhetoric? Perhaps, but we’re passionate about our wonderful land and seascapes and we know you will be too.

There are stunning and justifiably celebrated scenic locations dotted all around Causeway Coast and Glens: places you will almost certainly want to see and experience and we’ve helped you identify those along the Causeway Coastal Route. However, for every one of those postcard classics, there are hundreds of lesser known yet fabulously impressive scenes; in every townland; in every glen, valley and village; on every shore and from every cliff top you will see magnificent views. Come see for yourself and choose your favourite.

Scenic Attractions

Slemish Mountain

Slemish Mountain, the legendary first known Irish home of Saint Patrick, is located close to Broughshane in Co. Antrim.

Portstewart Strand and Barmouth

Between Portstewart and the mouth of the River Bann lies the golden sands and domineering sand dunes of Portrush Strand Beach. This area of natural beauty and of scientific interest is owned and managed by the National Trust.

Mussenden Temple and Downhill Demesne

Castlerock, Coleraine
Mussenden Temple is located in the beautiful surroundings of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in County Londonderry.

Carnfunnock Country Park

Ballygally, Larne
Carnfunnock Country Park covers 191 hectares of mixed woodland, colourful gardens, walking trails and spectacular coastline, with panoramic views of the Antrim Coast and North Channel.

Ballypatrick Forest

Five-mile drive through peatland forest with many fine views of Rathlin Island and Ballycastle. A variety of picnic sites, a short walk and toilets on site.

Benvarden Garden

Dervock, Ballymoney
This historic estate has been in existence since the 1630s, making it one of the oldest in Northern Ireland. It has been in the ownership of the Montgomery family since 1798.

Glenariff Forest Park

Glenariffe, Ballymena
Glenariff, the "Queen of the Glens", hosts the spectacular Glenariff Forest Park. The unique Waterfall Walkway, a popular tourist attraction since it opened 80 years ago,has been significantly upgraded along its 3 mile length.

Riverside Park

A pleasant urban linear walk in the heart of Ballymoney Town in which to enjoy a variety of riverside walks.

Dark Hedges

Armoy, Ballymoney
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.

Whitepark Bay, North Antrim Coast

Ballintoy, Ballycastle
The spectacular beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim coast. In this secluded location, even on a busy day there is a refuge for quiet relaxation.
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