Causeway Coast Private Tour

A journey through Northern Ireland’s coastal wonders, featuring the iconic Giant’s Causeway and its mythical basalt columns. Immerse yourself in the rich history of Derry City, where medieval walls encapsulate tales of resilience and vibrant culture.

All Causeway Coast tour itineraries are custom built to suit the interests of the tourist, their location and timeframe available. The following is a suggestion of some of the discovery points to include while on a day trip from Co. Donegal.

Magazine Gate, Derry City

Walls of Derry

Derry’s historic walls, erected in the 17th century, encircle the city with an architectural embrace. These stone fortifications have withstood the test of time, witnessing pivotal moments like the Siege of Derry and ‘The Troubles’. Today, they stand as enduring guardians, offering a tangible link to the past and providing visitors a journey through Northern Ireland’s rich history.

Dunluce Castle, Co. Antrim

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle boasts dramatic ruins perched atop cliffs on the Causeway Coast. With a medieval legacy dating back centuries, the castle overlooks the sea, weaving tales of battles and noble histories. Recognisable as the real-world inspiration for Game of Thrones’ House of Greyjoy, its weathered stones and breathtaking setting create a captivating blend of history and fantasy.

Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim

Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway, a natural wonder on Northern Ireland’s coast, is a surreal landscape of hexagonal basalt columns. Formed by ancient volcanic activity, this UNESCO World Heritage Site sparks imagination with the legend of Finn McCool building a causeway to Scotland. The interlocking stones create a breathtaking mosaic along the shoreline, inviting awe and fascination.

Mussenden Temple, Co. Derry

Mussenden Temple

Mussenden Temple, a neoclassical gem on the Causeway Coast, stands proudly on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Built in the 18th century, it offers panoramic views of the stunning Downhill Strand. This architectural wonder adds a touch of elegance to the rugged coastal landscape, creating a picturesque blend of history and natural beauty.

Ballintoy Harbour

Ballintoy Harbour

Ballintoy Harbour, hidden on the Antrim Coast, is a quaint fishing village known for its picturesque harbour. The rugged charm of the surrounding cliffs and the quaint, colourful boats bobbing in the water make it a scenic delight. Familiar to “Game of Thrones” fans as the setting for the Iron Islands, Ballintoy Harbour seamlessly combines real-world tranquility with the allure of fantasy.

Bushmills Distillery, Co. Antrim

Bushmills Distillery

Bushmills Distillery, Ireland’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery, is a hallowed space where craftsmanship and tradition converge. Built in the scenic Causeway Coast, it has been producing exceptional Irish whiskey since 1608. The air is infused with the sweet aroma of aging barrels, offering visitors a sensory journey through the rich history and smooth flavours of this iconic distillery.