A dream come true
Ever since one of one of my NDLB groups visited the Giant’s Causeway, this land of giants in Northern Ireland has been in the top of my travel bucket-list.
The Giant’s Causeway is an amazing coastal landscape famous for its hexagonal rocks formations, according to Lonely Planet ‘the place to visit in 2018’. It’s located on the north coast of Northern Ireland and I finally visited it on a beautiful sunny afternoon last November. Stopping at the visitor’s centre, it will take you less than 10 min to reach the shore with the most amazing hexagonal formations.
This unique landscape was declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1986. You will have a choice of different routes for your walks, you just decide how long you would stay and explore. This coastline is also rich in wildlife plus you can learn all about the place in one of the most innovative visitors center in Europe.
On the way to the Giant’s Causeway you can also do a brief photography stop at Dunluce Castle, a now-ruined medieval castle. Looking stunning among the dramatic cliffs of County Atrim it’s a photo opportunity you can’t miss. If you are lucky enough, this could be also a magical spot to watch the Aurora-Borealis.
I can just give you a glimpse of the Giant’s Causeway in this blog post. The only way to get a clear image of this unique beautiful coastal landscape is too see it by yourself!
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