County Antrim is Ireland's most north-easterly county and is politically part of the United Kingdom. The sandstone rock formation known as the Giants Causeway is on the north coast. The principal golf accommodation towns are Bushmills (home to the famous distillery) and Portrush. The Glens of Antrim are another scenic attraction in County Antrim to the south of Ballycastle.
The coastline is also known as the Causway Coast and it is here that you will find an 8-mile stretch of coast containing Castlerock, Portswewart and Royal Portrush golf clubs. Further east is the seaside links at Ballycastle while to the west are the 'hidden gems' of Donegal.
See also our region guide to the north or visit the official Northern Ireland tourism website. Art's North Antrim Guide focusses on the Causeway Coast and surrounding area.
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