What a beautiful little gem of a place - even better as the coach tours can't access it! Lovely hour spent on the beach/walking - super little cafe for a cuppa or lunch. Really beautiful and was exactly how I imagined a little harbour in Ireland to be!
Picture perfect & funny watching people dressed up with swords and shields getting their Game of Thrones photos :0). Cafe had massive selection of cakes - we loved the millionaires shortcake and a much needed cup of tea.
I love it here, small café, a beach for paddling, walks along the coast, very small harbour (GOT filmed scenes here) but it is more about the atmosphere here, the strange rock formations and hillocks, really quite special, lovely walks to the left of the café, assume they are park of Causeway coast walk. Benches to sit on to watch... 更多
This is a lovely harbour to look out at when having a picnic in the car or sitting out.I wouldn't recommend the red door café on the road down to the harbour as the food isn't at all nice and is expensive.even the café down at the harbour is dear but is nice for a carry out coffee or ice... 更多
I visited this attraction with some friends from London who had never been to Ireland. This place was a particular favourite for them as we walked around the harbour and admired the wonderful views and scenery. It's an 'interesting' drive down the road to the harbour and a word of caution to drivers of large/campervan vehicles - not a lot... 更多
Brilliant little beach and harbour down a windy track with one of the most photogenic churches in Ireland at the start. Spring lambs, oyster catchers , eider ducks and fulmars, enjoyed with my daughter now and mother before. Heaven
This was a lovely little surprise. We went there because of its Game of Thrones connection, but it is a lovely place to visit in its own right. The harbour is beautiful, particularly on a roughish day when the waves are crashing on the rocks. Caoaches can't get down to the harbour, so it is rarely really busy.