Although ruined, Dunluce Castle is worth seeing for its spectacular setting on a rocky outcropping, connected to the mainland by a narrow bridge.
You can still see several of the walls, as well as the fireplace and ovens, and the nearby defensive earthworks. It's located near Portrush in County Antrim in Northern Ireland, and overlooks the Irish Sea. Parts of it date from the 13th century, and over the centuries it has been the seat of the local Earl of Antrim.
The nearby town of Portrush makes a convenient base to explore the area, with its beaches and championship golf club.Places nearby:
The Dark Hedges Row of Trees Is a Stunning Natural Display 14 km / 9 mi
Titanic Belfast: A Tribute To Belfast's Rapid Rise To An Industrial Superpower 79 km / 49 mi
Things to do in Uplawmoor, United Kingdom 145 km / 90 mi
Stirling Castle: Home To Scottish Royalty 193 km / 120 mi
The Wallace Monument: Honoring a Scottish Legend 196 km / 121 mi