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Culture and Craic on The Causeway Coast

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Discover the ‘craic’ and folklore of the Causeway Coast before experiencing traditional cultural activities in a local ceili house.

Start the day with freshly baked scones and tea or coffee in the Marine Hotel in Ballycastle before leaving on a guided myths and legends tour along the spectacular Causeway Coast, learning about the magical folklore of many of the wonderful places you will see. Starting at the haunted Bonamargy Friary, the tour continues up Glenshesk, past Breen (Fairy) Wood to Armoy, stopping at Armoy Round Tower, the oldest round tower in North Antrim.

Then it’s back to Ballycastle, past the cursing stone and towards the Giant’s Causeway, passing by Kinbane Castle and stopping at Portaneevy viewing point, a stunning location for photographs with spectacular views of Carrick-a-Rede, Rathlin Island, Fairhead and the Scottish islands. A lunch stop will be made in the coastal village of Ballintoy.

The tour concludes with an afternoon of absorbing cultural activities in a local ceili house.

To Book Contact:
Kerrie McGonigle, Moyle District Council T: (028) 2076 2024 E:

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