|Walking across the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.|
|Nearby is Ballintoy harbour and Ballintoy church.|
|Views along the walk from the car park to the Carrick-a-Red Rope Bridge.|
Things to note:
- Take a picnic with you and enjoy your lunch on the island across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Relax and enjoy the scenery.
- Keep a close watch on children as there are high cliffs and it's often windy.
- Enjoy other nearby sites on the same day such as Ballintoy Harbour for a walk on the small beach, and/or the Giant's Causeway which is one of Northern Ireland's most popular tourist attractions and is a World Heritage Site.
- It can be extremely windy at these sites, so take appropriate clothing. Appropriate footwear for walking is also recommended.
- The weather can change suddenly so always be prepared for rain.
If you don't have a car, there is a regular bus that goes from Belfast (and many other towns) to the North Antrim Coast. There are also plenty of tour companies that offer day tours. (Paddy Wagon, Causeway Coast Tour, McComb's Coach Travel).
Click here to view the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge website.
Click here to view the Giant's Causeway website.
click here for information on Ballintoy.
Click here for information on buses.