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Out & About

Royal Portrush

Golf Club

Portrush was once a small fishing village which later became a busy seaside holiday resort before Royal Portrush Golf Club emerged as an international golf destination.

It is a club with a long and distinguished tradition with world class links which are set in spectacular rolling sand dunes with breath taking coastal views.


Giants Causeway

From the giant's boot to the wishing chair, take in these six must-see sights at Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site


Bushmills Distillery 

Guided tours let you take in the best of what the Bushmills distillery has to offer. Learn about the copper pot stills and production process of their triple distilled whiskeys.

Explore the landscape and terrain that imbue the whiskey with its legendary character, meet the people that represent centuries of knowledge and experience the craft firsthand with a whiskey tasting.

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Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

Atlantic salmon has been fished at Carrick-a-Rede and Larrybane since 1620. But it was not until 1755 that the first rope bridge between the mainland and Carrick-a-Rede Island was erected to reduce reliance on a boat to reach the island.


Rathlin Island

Amidst the rugged landscape of this beautiful island let your mind wander and discover a tranquillity and beauty that is so unexpected.

The ferry to Rathlin Island travels just six miles across the Sea of Moyle. This island is six miles long, one mile wide, "L" shaped and home to a slowly increasing population of around 140 people.

A short walk from the harbour is the Boathouse Visitor Centre, where visitors can discover some of the exciting history, learn about present day island life and see some artefacts from shipwrecks around the island.


Whiterocks Beach

Situated just off the Causeway Coastal Route, Whiterocks Coastal Park enjoys a stunning natural location, with limestone cliffs stretching from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castle.

On a year round basis, the beach is a magnet for water sports enthusiasts, especially surfers, but body boarders and surf kayakers are also regular visitors. A seasonal on site surf outlet provides equipment for hire.

The beach is also very popular with walkers to and from Portrush along the continuous stretch of sand from East Strand to Whiterocks. Enjoy the new section cliff path, part of the Ulster Way / Causeway Coast Way, which offers stunning views both east and west.

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