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Things To Do in Moyle

Giant's Causeway
4.5/5
172 Reviews
Geological Sites
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
clever虎仔Drive to the coast of Antling County in Northern Ireland, where the scenery is beautiful along the way. The most famous wonder, the Giant's Causeway, is impressive. The scattered boulders are the creation of nature. The rocks of different shapes and heights attract countless tourists to hike every day. Come to appreciate the beauty and magnificence of nature.
Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge
4.5/5
67 Reviews
Bridge
lannyCarrick a Rede Rope Carrick a Rede Rope, one of the important attractions in Northern Ireland, is very magnificent. After purchasing the ticket, parking is free, you need to walk a distance, and the scenery along the way is beautiful. It is said that the cable bridge was built to facilitate fishing.
The Dark Hedges
4.6/5
46 Reviews
Ancient Trees
juki235The dark hedge looks like a dark magical forest. In fact, the strange trees with different shapes on both sides are beech. These trees are 200 years old. They have different shapes and are very tall, just like walking under a tree-shaded promenade. They are very mysterious. This is also the most famous attraction here and it is worth visiting.
Ballycastle
4.7/5
14 Reviews
Town
EarlDGiant’s Causeway-This is a natural wonder not to be missed in Northern Ireland, and one of the world-famous natural heritage... Carrick Rope Bridge is another classic place not to be missed on the magnificent coastline of Northern Ireland. Going forward on this ten-meter-long cable bridge, overlooking the picture of the stormy waves hitting the shore under your feet, it is really a thrilling journey...
Causeway Coastal Route
4.5/5
13 Reviews
Canyon
WillSumThe reported tour group drove to the cable bridge and the Giant’s Causeway on the side of the blue coastline, and sometimes even saw Scotland across the island. The landform of the entire coastline is also very rugged. You can see the direct cliffs at countless turns, and it feels like you are about to fall at any time. And some sections even have train tracks next to them. Perhaps the feeling of taking a train against the sea and cliffs will be more exciting.
Larrybane Quarry
5/5
2 Reviews
City | ​​landmark
M32***23Walking along the hillside all the way to the coast, that is independent between the blue sea and blue sky, Larrybane Quarry exudes charming charm under the sunny golden glory! The faint blue charm of the volcanic rock cliff under the backlight, a faintly cold and handsome face rushed over! Feel the vastness of nature! Lamenting the small and fragile life of the world!

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Giant's Causeway
Giant's Causeway,United Kingdom

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Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge
Carrick-A-Rede Rope BridgeBallycastle,United Kingdom

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The Dark Hedges
The Dark HedgesBallymoney,United Kingdom

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Ballycastle
Ballycastle,United Kingdom

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Causeway Coastal Route
Causeway Coastal RouteBelfast,United Kingdom

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Larrybane Quarry
Larrybane QuarryBallycastle,United Kingdom

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