Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic erution. It is also known as Clochan an Aifir or Clochan na bhFomhorach in Irish and the Giant’s Causey in Ulster-Scots.

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle in Norther Ireland. It is located on the edge of a basalt outcropping in County Antrim, and is accessible via a bridge connecting it to the mainland.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a famous rope bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres above the rocks below.

Old Bushmills Distillery

The Old Bushmills Distillery was in the process of transitioning from ownership by Diageo plc to Jose Cuervo. All of the whiskey bottled under the Bushmills whiskey brand is produced as the Bushmills Distellery and uses water drawn from Saint Columb’s Rill, which is a tributary of the River Bush.

Barry’s Amusements Portrush

Barry's Amusements is the largest theme park in Northern Ireland. With a host of traditional rides and slot machines there’s something for everyone. The Bailey and Malin apartments at Oceans 14 Portrush have a unrivalled view of the iconic Big Dipper.

Game of Thrones

Northern Ireland provides the backdrop for much of Games of Thrones, HBO’s award winning television series Oceans 14 Portrush and Portstewart are an ideal base to see the locations and explore the real Westeros View the itinerary

Golf

Oceans 14 Portrush is a perfect base to test your handicap on the internationally renowned Royal Portrush Gold Club, which is set to host The Open in 2019. Oceans 14 Portstewart overlooks the Old Golf course and is a short drive to the min Portsewart Gold Course at the Strand View the Old CourseView Portstewart Golf Club

North West 200

The North West 200 is a motorcycle race meeting held each May along the public roads between Portrush Portewart and Colerain know as the triangle. It is the largest sporting event in Northern Ireland attracting more than 150,000 visitors from all over the world. You can see the race circuit from Oceans 14 Portstewart and hear it from Oceans 14 Portrush though after a short stroll you have a perfect view. Portstewart and Portrush are on the Causeway Coastal route and even of you don’t manage to do it all, the coast road between the Oceans 14 Portrush and Porstewart is breath-taking. View the North West 200 siteView the Causeway Coastal Route