Depart from Dublin and enjoy a scenic drive to Northern Ireland. Your experienced local Driver/Guide will share stories of legends and historical events as you make your way through the beautiful Glens of Antrim to Carrick-a-Rede Bridge.
Will you be brave enough to cross this 350-year-old rope bridge? Then onto the UNESCO World Heritage site the Giant’s Causeway, here marvel at 40,000 or more hexagonal-shaped pillars dating back to nearly 60 million years ago.
Next stop The Dark Hedges which were planted 350 years ago for a great photo opportunity of this lane of trees which has captured the imaginations of the Game Of Thrones fans more recently.
Last but not least is the picturesque fishing village of Ballintoy. This village will give you a real insight into Irish rural life.
This is a honeycomb pattern of 40,000 columns is the home of our legendary giant Finn McCool. Legend has it, Finn had a gripe with a giant in Scotland called Benandonner. Fionn wasn’t a great swimmer so he needed another way to cross to fight his enemy.
The story goes says that these giants hated one another. So one day after enduring insults from his nemesis in Scotland, Fionn built a path to use as stepping-stones to reach him, which were then ripped up by Benandonner. The result is what we see today the Giant’s Causeway.
Science dates the causeway to 60 million years when it was created by volcanic activity. Here you can hop over the stones or just sit and absorb the stunning causeway that has led it to be one of the most remarkable natural sites in Europe.
Suspended almost 100 ft (30 m) above sea level, the rope bridge was first erected by salmon fisherman over 350 years ago. It connects the cliffs across the Atlantic Ocean to Carrick-a-Rede Island which is home to a single building - a fisherman's cottage.
Feel the sensation of walking "The Kings Road" for all the Game Of Thrones fans at the Dark Hedges in County Antrim. Get your camera ready to capture this most photographed location in Northern Ireland.
Know Locally as just "The Glens" this a region in Co. Antrim. It consists of nine beautiful green glens each with its own unique character. Relax in your luxury touring coach as we wind past the spectacular views that unfold on your journey.
Picturesque villages nestled into lush green hillsides and castles on cliff edges this stunning route will not disappoint
This village was used for the fictional town of "Landsport" on the "Isle of Pyke" from the Game of Thrones. This fishing village is home to under 200 people and is a beautiful example of an almost unchanged rural Irish Village.
You will get great photo opportunities at this iconic ruin of Dunluce Castle. This mediaeval castle has a long and fascinating history as well as having tales of banshees attached to it.