Ulster Way A 625 mile (1000km) circular walking route in Northern Ireland

Causeway Coast Way

The Causeway Coast Way is an exhilarating 33-mile route along the most celebrated stretch of coastline in Northern Ireland. At its heart is the geological wonder of the Giant’s Causeway and the iconic Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. From sandy beaches to cliff-top paths, from Dunluce Castle to natural rock arches, this section of the Ulster Way is one of the finest coastal walks in Ireland.
County

Antrim

Distance

33 miles (52 km) miles

OS Map

Sheets 4 & 5

Terrain

The route is made up of varied tracks along footpath, beach and rock. There is a busy road section towards the end between Carrick-a-rede and Ballycastle.

Start Town/Village

Portstewart

Finish Town/Village

Ballycastle

GridReferences

Starts at C812367
Ends at D114406

Points of Interest

Portstewart, Portrush, Dunluce Caslte, Portballintrae, Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Ballintoy, Ballycastle