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The Causeway Coastal route is rated as one of the World’s Great Road Journeys, alongside the Garden Route in South Africa and the Pacific Highway in California. It also boasts one of the top 5 views in the world. It’s an ever changing tapestry of scenery and colours, set against a dramatic coastal backdrop that will take your breath away - the perfect place for a leisurely tour. The 120 mile route takes you from Belfast Lough to Lough Foyle a journey from the birthplace of the Titanic to the historic walled city of Derry.
The Causeway Coastal Route transports you along a stunning coastline, past spectacular scenery, windswept cliffs and unspoilt beaches, a coastline sprinkled with historic castles, churches and forts as well as world class attractions like the UNESCO World heritage site at the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Torr Head, Dark Hedges and the famous Bushmills Distillery. This tour is a journey of exploration where imagination meets reality and where every village, town, castle and rocky shore are waiting to be discovered.
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Some of the Attractions on the Causeway Coast
5 Day, 4 Night Driving Tours
From £439.00 Per Person
Belfast is a rising star, emerging from years of political unease to take its place among the UK’s must-see destinations. Your visit will swiftly be rewarded with welcoming locals, superb pubs and restaurants, and top attractions including the Titanic Experience, the atmospheric Crumlin Road Gaol and walking tours of Belfast’s famous murals. The city has historic landmarks such as Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall, plus a unique blend of traditional and modern culture.
The Giant's Causeway
Set in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man is a unique destination with over 10,000 years of history. Surprisingly large at over 33 miles long and 13 miles wide, there is more to the Isle of Man than at first, meets the eye. Venture away from the capital, Douglas, and you’ll find rugged cliffs, sandy coves, miles of uncrowded beaches and enchanting glens. The island is home to the famous TT motorcycle circuit, which incorporates the island’s fastest roads and the only place in Europe outside the German autobahn network where there are public roads do not have any speed limits, giving it a strong appeal to thrill seekers.
From £679.00 Per Person
The Laxey Wheel
• Return Stena Line Ferry Crossing from Holyhead to Dublin
(Irish Ferries HSS & other routes available on request)
• 1 Night at the Loughshore Hotel, Carrickfergus or Chimney Corner Hotel, Newtownabbey
• 2 Nights at the Lodge Hotel, Coleraine
• 1 Night at the Malone Lodge Hotel, Belfast or similar
• Optional Visits to Giants Causeway Visitor Centre, Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle & the Titanic Experience (admission charges not included)
• Irish Breakfast each morning & 2 Dinners (see itinerary)
• Detailed Roadbook featuring Maps, Great Drives & Local Attractions
• Commemorative Tour Rally plate
• Car Parking at all Hotels (some charges may apply)
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This Border 500 road trip stretches from Northumberland in the east, taking in the Scottish Lowlands and north Pennines, finally skirting west along the Solway coastline into Dumfries and Galloway to Portpatrick at the tip of the Irish Sea. From quaint fishing villages, and sandy beaches, through historic market towns, over vast moorland and through enchanting forests your journey will be full of interesting things to see & do with stunning scenery and roads. Discover Northumberland, the Scottish Borderlands, The North Pennines and Dunfires and Galloway.
From £899.00 Per Person
The Scottish Borders
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