When you visit Northern Ireland, don’t miss a stop at the Giant’s Causeway. Enjoy fanciful & geological stories as you walk the stones & hills.
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The World Travel Guide shares the best bits of Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal Route, including beaches, seaside villages, castle ruins, natural wonders and sites used in Game of Throne.
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Giant’s Causeway in Ireland is a sight to be seen, which is why it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visited by half a million tourists every year…
BUSHMILLS, Northern Ireland — This feels like the edge of the world.
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We had an amazing day today visiting the Giant’s Causeway, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in Northern Ireland. It’s a natural wonder of the world because of its geological formation. This is the…
The northern coastline of Ireland is rich in myth and legend, as well as many hidden gems often overlooked by travelers.
The Giant’s Causeway, the 173 acres of hexagonal basalt columns that hug the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland, has long been a source of wonder and mystery. How could nature have formed such perfect geometry? Scientists finally have the answer.
Named both a National Nature Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Giant’s Causeway offers international and local visitors a big cause for exploration. Spanning over 65 hectares, there is much to see and explore at this geological site. Scientists believe the pattern-like formation came about as a result of a volcano erupting and letting out a steady flow of liquid magma, which cooled and left behind what has now become one of the most talked about and visited naturally-formed marvels in the world.