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An undeveloped, scenic stretch of road that passes along the nine Glens of Antrim.
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  • Very good16%
  • Average1%
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

From Belfast head north hugging the coast as much as possible. The views are amazing and there are so many places to stop on route, whether it be for the food or the sights, you will not be disappointed. Looking out to sea on a...More

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely area and a very easy drive. We left busy Belfast and opted for the A2 road along the east coast. Very slow pace and enjoyed all of the drive.

Thank Soccermike1015
Reviewed 7 December 2017

We spent three days exploring the Antrim Coast Road and the many spectacular features, both man made and natural, that it has to offer. My advice would be to take it slowly, making time to soak up the atmosphere of the small towns and villages...More

1  Thank MelbourneChrissy
Reviewed 29 October 2017

My recent motivation invoved a lately completed most pleasant compulsion to tick off all the counties of Ireland, shires of the UK and provinces of Italy. This put us North for arobustly prepared week generally along the coasts of Counties Meath and Antrim. I'd thought...More

1  Thank preglad
Reviewed 16 October 2017

This is such a pretty area. The vast difference with the beautiful green and crashing waves and beach below.

1  Thank N B
Reviewed 9 October 2017

Lovely area of the country. We left busy Belfast and opted for the A2 road along the east coast. It only took a little longer vs the motorway. We stopped in Ballycastle for lunch before checking into our rental cottage nearby. Over the next four...More

1  Thank rleNewEngland
Reviewed 27 September 2017

For the best access, rent a car and you can take your time as you drive this breath-taking route. We started in Belfast with our first stop at Carrickfergus Castle. I've sung the song since a child and had to see it! It is literally...More

1  Thank Charlene L
Reviewed 26 September 2017

This coastal route is one of the most natural beauty spots in the whole of Ireland, great locations for photos and home of the famous Game of Thrones

Thank charles m
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

If you haven't been you must on a fine day get very close to heaven. Heading north from Belfast the scenery can not be described it has to be seen, ! as a passenger on one side the green glens on the other the spectacular...More

2  Thank iaclo123
Reviewed 21 September 2017

One of the most beautiful places I have seen. You would undoubtedly love this experience, the way I did. I took a locally hired taxi at the train station for round trip. Enjoyed the road, open see with high coastal ridges. Recommended for any sort...More

1  Thank Imrul
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29 April 2017|
Response from JaakkoTapio | Reviewed this property |
Antrim Coast Road is longer following the east coast. Causeway is actually some part of it but just more near of these interesting sights & rocks towards sea.