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Causeway Coastal Route
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County Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork
County Fermanagh and Galway
County Kerry, Kildare and Kilkenny
County Laoish, Leitrim, Limerick, Longford, Louth
County Mayo, Meath, Monaghan
County Offaly
County Roscommon
County Sligo
Giants Causeway
County Tipperary and County Tyrone
County Waterford and County Westmeath,
County Wexford and County Wicklow
Dun Aengus, Aran Islands, Ireland
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Causeway Coastal Route

The Causeway Coastal Route: 5 Secret Sights! | The Whole World Is A Playground

The Causeway Coastal Route: 5 Secret Sights! | The Whole World Is A Playground

The Causeway Coastal Route: 5 Secret Sights! | The Whole World Is A Playground

Causeway Coastal Route, Ireland

The Causeway Coastal Route is a journey that deserves to be taken at a leisurely pace. It has breath-taking landscapes and amazing wildlife.

Causeway coastal route | Tumblr. The arch at Red Bay, Antrim Coast Road, Northern Ireland.

causeway coastal route | Tumblr

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Northern Ireland  County Antrim Causeway Coastal Route

Causeway Coastal Route (Ballintoy) - 2020 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Book your tickets online for Causeway Coastal Route, Bushmills: See 1,770 reviews, articles, and 649 photos of Causeway Coastal Route, ranked No.2 on TripAdvisor among 20 attractions in Bushmills.

La Causeway Coastal Route en Irlande du Nord: un des meilleurs road-trips au monde: Torr Head Road

Causeway Coastal Route: un splendide road-trip en Irlande du Nord

La Causeway Coastal Route: l'un des plus beaux road-trips du monde entre histoire, culture, nature et aventures. Récit, bonnes adresses et conseils pratique

Over 200 years old, Ballintoy Church in County Antrim is a piece of living history – but the church bell is even older, dating back to 1686!

Explore Giant’s Causeway‘s Coastal Trails

Giant’s Causeway’s coastal walking trails have some of the best views in the world. Image a cliff-top views of golden beaches, spectacular rock formations and curious ruins.

Ireland's Causeway Coastal Route: 3-day itinerary with Game of Thrones locations | Wanderlust

Ireland's Causeway Coastal Route: 3-day itinerary with Game of Thrones locations

We've put together the best three-day or long weekend road trip itinerary, with stops at Titanic Belfast, Carrickfergus Castle, the Gobbins, Murlough Bay, Rait

Ireland's Best Road Trip: Driving the Causeway Coastal Route — Unknown and Away

Ireland's Best Road Trip: Driving the Causeway Coastal Route — Unknown and Away

If you are coming into Northern Ireland from Dublin or like us, leaving the country and heading south to Dublin, consider putting time aside to drive through the Causeway Coastal Route. This well-marked, 120 mile scenic road goes between the cities of Belfast and Derry (Londonderry) and as the name suggests, it follows the coast traveling by numerous seaside villages, several ruins and stunning natural landscapes.

Causeway Coastal Route, Ireland

The Causeway Coastal Route is a journey that deserves to be taken at a leisurely pace. It has breath-taking landscapes and amazing wildlife.

Causeway Coastal Route: un splendide road-trip en Irlande du Nord

Causeway Coastal Route: un splendide road-trip en Irlande du Nord

La Causeway Coastal Route: l'un des plus beaux road-trips du monde entre histoire, culture, nature et aventures. Récit, bonnes adresses et conseils pratique

NORTHERN IRELAND GUIDE | 7 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CAUSEWAY COASTAL ROUTE | Flying The Nest

NORTHERN IRELAND GUIDE | 7 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CAUSEWAY COASTAL ROUTE | Flying The Nest

Spending 2 days driving the Causeway Coastal Route in Northern Ireland is one of the most incredible road trips we have ever taken! This place is filled with so much natural beautiful and history that we found it hard to fit everything into only two days … but we did a pretty good job! If […]Read More 

Waarom de causeway coastal route in Ierland een aanrader is

Waarom de causeway coastal route in Ierland een aanrader is

De causeway coastal route in Noord Ierland is een prachtige route die langs de kust loopt en die absoluut de moeite waard is.

Causeway Coastal Route, Northern Ireland

Causeway Coastal Route (Ballintoy) - 2020 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Book your tickets online for Causeway Coastal Route, Bushmills: See 1,770 reviews, articles, and 649 photos of Causeway Coastal Route, ranked No.2 on TripAdvisor among 20 attractions in Bushmills.

Traveling the Causeway Coastal Route in One Day • Riley's Roves

Traveling the Causeway Coastal Route in One Day • Riley's Roves

Northern Ireland's Causeway Coastal Route is filled with stunning attractions, including everything from an ancient castle to the famous Giant's Causeway.

Stone of Destiny

"Stone of Destiny", at Tara (C) sarah gallagher :: Geograph Ireland

"Stone of Destiny", at Tara © sarah gallagher cc-by-sa/2.0

Sitting on top of the King's Seat (Forradh) of Temair is the most famous of Tara's monuments - Ireland's ancient coronation stone - the Lia Fail or "Stone of Destiny", which was brought here according to... more

Ireland's ancient coronation stone - the Lia Fail or "Stone of Destiny", which was brought here according to mythology by the godlike people, the Tuatha Dé Danann, as one of their sacred objects. It was said to roar when touched by the rightful king of Tara.

Mythical Ireland | Ancient Sites | The Hill of Tara 鈥� Teamhair

Tara was the ancient seat of the high kings of Ireland, and was a very important and strategic site from the Stone Age right through the Bronze Age and Iron Age and even in the Christian era. There are a plethora of ancient remains on the hill, including

Hill of Tara, Ireland

Hill of Tara, Ireland

Hill of Tara, Ireland: Sacred heart of Ireland

The Stone of Destiny at the Hill of Tara, outside Dublin. Legend is that more than 100 ancient kings touched this stone as part of their coronation.

The Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny, Tara

The Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny at The Hill of Tara, Co. Meath, ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland until the 6th century AD. This standing stone is on the Inauguration Mound, and in legend it was the Coronation Stone for Irish High Kings into the 6th Century AD. The Hill of Tara is located near Dunshaughlin and Navan, and the River Boyne. Also in legend, the stone was supposed to have been brought to Ireland by the Tuatha Dé Danann - a magical race who once ruled Ireland. The…

Ogham Stone Ireland

Loughcrew

The megalithic site of Loughcrew, or Sliabh na Cailli, in the Boyne Valley, Ireland had festivals on the solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter days.

The Stone of Destiny at the Hill of Tara.

The Tuatha De Danann: Were they Irish gods or aliens?

Is it possible to distill fact from fiction in the shadowy domain of Irish mythology?

Stone of Destiny on the Hill at Tara, Dublin Ireland

Stone of Destiny on the Hill at Tara, Dublin Ireland

Cliffs of Moher

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County Antrim and Armagh

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County Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork

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County Fermanagh and Galway

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County Kerry, Kildare and Kilkenny

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County Laoish, Leitrim, Limerick, Longford, Louth

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County Mayo, Meath, Monaghan

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County Offaly

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Giants Causeway

At the Giants Causeway in Ireland.

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Giants Causeway, Ireland Every time I stand on this unique causeway I am in wonder of the Earth we live on. The patterns and mathematics of the universe are here in these stones

Giant's Causeway

While waiting for the sun to dip towards the horizon, I sat watching the hundreds of people clambering over the rocks at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. As the day drew to a close and the last shuttle left, only a few stragglers remained to catch the best light of the day. While chatting to the several photographers roaming the rocks I was surprised by where they had all come from, there were a few from Ireland (obviously), as well as England, but one couple (on honeymoon!) were from…

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County Tipperary and County Tyrone

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County Waterford and County Westmeath,

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The Causeway Coastal Route: 5 Secret Sights! | The Whole World Is A Playground

The Causeway Coastal Route: 5 Secret Sights! | The Whole World Is A Playground

The Causeway Coastal Route: 5 Secret Sights! | The Whole World Is A Playground

Causeway Coastal Route, Ireland

The Causeway Coastal Route is a journey that deserves to be taken at a leisurely pace. It has breath-taking landscapes and amazing wildlife.

Causeway coastal route | Tumblr. The arch at Red Bay, Antrim Coast Road, Northern Ireland.

causeway coastal route | Tumblr

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Northern Ireland  County Antrim Causeway Coastal Route

Causeway Coastal Route (Ballintoy) - 2020 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Book your tickets online for Causeway Coastal Route, Bushmills: See 1,770 reviews, articles, and 649 photos of Causeway Coastal Route, ranked No.2 on TripAdvisor among 20 attractions in Bushmills.

La Causeway Coastal Route en Irlande du Nord: un des meilleurs road-trips au monde: Torr Head Road

Causeway Coastal Route: un splendide road-trip en Irlande du Nord

La Causeway Coastal Route: l'un des plus beaux road-trips du monde entre histoire, culture, nature et aventures. Récit, bonnes adresses et conseils pratique

Over 200 years old, Ballintoy Church in County Antrim is a piece of living history – but the church bell is even older, dating back to 1686!

Explore Giant’s Causeway‘s Coastal Trails

Giant’s Causeway’s coastal walking trails have some of the best views in the world. Image a cliff-top views of golden beaches, spectacular rock formations and curious ruins.

Ireland's Causeway Coastal Route: 3-day itinerary with Game of Thrones locations | Wanderlust

Ireland's Causeway Coastal Route: 3-day itinerary with Game of Thrones locations

We've put together the best three-day or long weekend road trip itinerary, with stops at Titanic Belfast, Carrickfergus Castle, the Gobbins, Murlough Bay, Rait

Ireland's Best Road Trip: Driving the Causeway Coastal Route — Unknown and Away

Ireland's Best Road Trip: Driving the Causeway Coastal Route — Unknown and Away

If you are coming into Northern Ireland from Dublin or like us, leaving the country and heading south to Dublin, consider putting time aside to drive through the Causeway Coastal Route. This well-marked, 120 mile scenic road goes between the cities of Belfast and Derry (Londonderry) and as the name suggests, it follows the coast traveling by numerous seaside villages, several ruins and stunning natural landscapes.

The Causeway Coastal Route detail | TomTom

The Causeway Coastal Route detail | TomTom

A road trip of a lifetime!

Causeway Coastal Route, Ireland

The Causeway Coastal Route is a journey that deserves to be taken at a leisurely pace. It has breath-taking landscapes and amazing wildlife.

"Stone of Destiny", at Tara (C) sarah gallagher :: Geograph Ireland

"Stone of Destiny", at Tara © sarah gallagher cc-by-sa/2.0

Sitting on top of the King's Seat (Forradh) of Temair is the most famous of Tara's monuments - Ireland's ancient coronation stone - the Lia Fail or "Stone of Destiny", which was brought here according to... more

Ireland's ancient coronation stone - the Lia Fail or "Stone of Destiny", which was brought here according to mythology by the godlike people, the Tuatha Dé Danann, as one of their sacred objects. It was said to roar when touched by the rightful king of Tara.

Mythical Ireland | Ancient Sites | The Hill of Tara 鈥� Teamhair

Tara was the ancient seat of the high kings of Ireland, and was a very important and strategic site from the Stone Age right through the Bronze Age and Iron Age and even in the Christian era. There are a plethora of ancient remains on the hill, including

Hill of Tara, Ireland

Hill of Tara, Ireland

Hill of Tara, Ireland: Sacred heart of Ireland

The Stone of Destiny at the Hill of Tara, outside Dublin. Legend is that more than 100 ancient kings touched this stone as part of their coronation.

The Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny, Tara

The Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny at The Hill of Tara, Co. Meath, ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland until the 6th century AD. This standing stone is on the Inauguration Mound, and in legend it was the Coronation Stone for Irish High Kings into the 6th Century AD. The Hill of Tara is located near Dunshaughlin and Navan, and the River Boyne. Also in legend, the stone was supposed to have been brought to Ireland by the Tuatha Dé Danann - a magical race who once ruled Ireland. The…

Ogham Stone Ireland

Loughcrew

The megalithic site of Loughcrew, or Sliabh na Cailli, in the Boyne Valley, Ireland had festivals on the solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter days.

The Stone of Destiny at the Hill of Tara.

The Tuatha De Danann: Were they Irish gods or aliens?

Is it possible to distill fact from fiction in the shadowy domain of Irish mythology?