The Giant’s Causeway is a unique world heritage site that is also known as the Jewel In The Crown of the fabulous Antrim north coast. Transported in Deluxe Tour style to this wondrous World Heritage site you can marvel in the breath-taking environment which has been named in the Lonely Planet Guide as having: “Ireland’s most impressive and atmospheric landscape features.” Be awe-inspired with its unique features of hexagonal stone columns flowing from and into the sea. The spectacle itself has been ranked in world-wide importance alongside the famous Mount Everest and the Giant Redwoods of California. Walk in the footprints of the legendary Celtic hero, Finn MacCool, who along with volcanic movement, helped to fashion (it has been alleged) the now world famous basalt columns of granite and the stepping stones that enabled him to walk across the sea to Scotland to fight a neighbouring giant, Benandonner. The area is also a world-famous haven for many types of sea-birds.
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Taking in the unspoilt beauty of beaches and rolling hills along the Antrim coast, we transport you to the top of Ireland in style. Walk among the polygonal and hexagonal columns of layered basalt at the Giant’s Causeway. The tallest being 12 metres, 39 feet high. Shroud yourself in the myth and legend. Walk among the 40,000 hexagonal columns jutting out of the sea forming part of the tale involving the mythical Celtic warrior and hero Finn McCool. There may be some ‘truth’ in the stepping stones to Scotland as the same shapes reappear in the Scottish island of Staffa.
The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge at Ballintoy, Ballycastle is an exhilarating rope bridge that was erected by fishermen years ago to forge a link over a 23m deep and 20m wide chasm to check their salmon nets. You can take a short coastal walk from the Giant’s Causeway to this site. Gaze out at the stunning views of the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland and Rathlin Island. The area has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Perhaps you would like to savour Titanic Belfast, situated within the heart of the Titanic Quarter, just a short walk from the city centre? Explore the shipyard, home to the ill-fated and doomed Titanic which struck an ice-berg and sank in 1912 in the Atlantic, making it the largest maritime disaster ever recorded. Travel among the exhibitions to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend that is R.M.S. Titanic.
Take in the Titanic Experience over nine interactive galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative interactive features.
We also offer the option to spend some time in the heart of Belfast itself. “Belfast is in many ways a brand new city,” claims the Lonely Planet Guide. It is the perfect location to do a spot of serious retail therapy, especially in Victoria Square. The café society is vibrant and there’s also a thriving pub and restaurant scene. It is also popular for its boutique and luxury hotels. Seep yourself in a city built up from a centre of the Irish linen, tobacco processing, tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding industries. The drive in style back to Dublin will arrive at your destination with lasting memories.
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