Giants Causeway

02 October - 02 October

The Giant’s Causeway is a magnificent, mysterious geological formation on the North East coast of Co Antrim steeped in myth and legend.

 

The setting is a spectacular dynamic coastal landscape of Atlantic waves, rugged cliffs, fascinating geographical antiquity, secluded bays and magnificent views. “The Causeway forms a jagged headland of neatly packed columns which point towards Scotland.” Visitors can walk along the basalt columns which are at the edge of the sea, almost two miles from the entrance to the site.

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