Giants Causeway – visit the newly built Giant Causeway Visitor centre and learn the history of this ancient volcanic hexagonal rock formation.
Fair Head – a stretch of beach with remarkable cliffs, a must see area while visiting the North Antrim Coast.
Murlough Bay – curved limestone cliffs outline this stretch of beach
Kenbane Castle – situated a few miles from Carrick A Rede stands the remains of limestone constructed Kenbane (White Head) Castle
The White Rocks – This blue flag beach is a must see attraction when visiting the north antrim coast as it is lined by limestone cliffs and is a local favourite.
Rathlin Island – Catch the ferry from Ballycastle over to Rathlin Island and see the puffins and sea lions on this rugged, isolated island.
Joey Dunlop Memorial Garden – Visit the memorial garden of Joey Dunlop, a road race legend. The garden is a tribute to one of Ballymoney’s greatest ambassadors where you can learn of his greatest achievements.
Salmon Fishing – If you fancy a spot of fishing, try out salmon fishing on the River Bush situated close to the Giants Causeway. A selection of Samon, Brown trout and sea trout can all be angled from this stretch of river.
The Glens Of Antrim – There are 9 Glens to visit and they are all areas of outstanding beauty and are a major tourist attraction. The main towns are Ballycastle, Cushendun, Cushendall, Waterfoot & Carnlough.