Giant’s Causeway

With its 40,000 hexagonal-shaped pillars dating back to the volcanic age almost 60 million years ago, Giant’s Causeway, in Northern Ireland, is unlike any other beach in the world. This is nature at its most raw, as the powerful Atlantic crashes against the pillars and sandy shore. Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site worthy of its title, and when you visit, you’re likely to get lost exploring the unique stones, the surrounding hills or simply taking in the views.

Getting There

The closest international airport to Giant’s Causeway is Belfast International Airport, and from here, we highly recommend renting a car, so you can really explore the coastline. Direct flights to Belfast are available from popular destinations like Dublin, Toronto, Glasgow, London, Edinburgh and several other cities.