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Causeway Coast Way

 This exhilarating route between Portstewart in County Derry and Ballycastle in County Antrim consists of a series of walks that follows some of Ireland's most dramatic coastline. The Antrim Coast and Glens, which make up much of this 33 miles (53km) route, has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) by the Northern Ireland Environmental Agency. The route is also popular with cyclists.

Type of Scenery to Expect

The Causeway Coast Way Walk provides a great variety of scenery, as it passes along

  • Fine beaches
  • Rocky bays
  • Towering cliffs
  • Seaside resorts
  • Fishing villages

Visitor Attractions Along the Route

Some of the well-known visitor attractions you will encounter on this route are:


Causeway coast. Image: Dmitry B

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