Dunseverick Falls is located in Antrim County, Northern Ireland, near the small village of Dunseverick and the Giant's Road. There used to be a castle. St. Patrick, who visited Dunseverick Castle in the 5th century AD and baptized the locals, later the bishop of Ireland, was attacked by Viking invaders in 870. The castle was occupied and destroyed by General Robert Munro and his Cromwell Guards in 1642, and today it is the remains of the Gate Tower. A small residential tower survived until it finally fell into the sea in 1978.