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Experience Portstewart

See why Portstewart is one of the most poplar holiday destinations in Northern Ireland.

Portstewart Strand

Without a doubt one of the North Coasts most stunning beaches. 

Two miles of soft golden sand with views of Inishowen headland and Mussenden Temple perched on the cliffs above.

Only one way to find out. Come and view this historic landmark for yourself.

Mussenden Temple

Based on the Temple of Vesta in Italy, Mussenden Temple once held the Earl Bishop’s library.

Built in 1785, the round temple is perched on a 120 foot cliff edge and is managed by the National Trust. It offers some of the most iconic and spectacular views of the north western coast, and the inscription around the temple reads:

‘Tis pleasant, safely to behold, from shore, the rolling ship and hear the tempest roar’.

The Giant's Causeway

Famed for it’s thousands of interlocking hexagonal columns that rise vertically like steps, the Giant’s Causeway is a geological oddity that looks distinctly man-made.

Was this spectacular site created by the mythical Irish Giant Finn MacCool or was this Irish wonder the result of the rapid cooling lava from an underwater volcano?

Only one way to find out. Come and view this historic landmark for yourself.

Ballintoy Harbour

Possibly one of the most picturesque towns in Northern Ireland. This gorgeous village is a painter’s paradise. 

A charming array of shops, churches, restaurants and much more can be found in this quaint little landmark.

It has been used as a filming location in HBO’s epic series Game of Thrones. This stunning harbour location has been used for exterior Pyke shots and as the Iron Islands.

Bushmills Distillery

Bushmills is home to the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery.

Official records stretch back to 1608, and to this day, Bushmills continues to distil single malt whiskey at the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery.

Visit our distillery and meet the people that represent centuries of knowledge, and experience the craft firsthand.

We’re not good because we’re old, we’re old because we’re good.

Dark Hedges

These stunning beech trees, planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century have been impressing visitors literally for centuries.

These trees have been made famous by being used as a filming location in HBO’s epic series Game of Thrones®, representing the Kingsroad.

The most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Linking the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede, this rope bridge was originally believed to have been built by salmon fishermen.

Swaying 30 metres above the ocean this bridge offers spectacular views across to Rathlin Island and even Scotland.

An exhilarating experience, high above the water and open to the elements.

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