Things To Do
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Ireland's most popular tourist attraction
tour the distillery, taste the whiskey
Providing a passenger link between the historic town of Bushmills and the famous stone columns of the Giant's Causeway World Heritage Site
Rocky island connected to the cliffs by a rope bridge
Landscaped demesne and romantic temple in a dramatic coastal setting
Royal Portrush golf course in Northern Ireland is one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world - home to the 2012 Irish Open
54 holes of golf spectacularly set on Ulster's famous Causeway Coast with something for every golfer
The Championship Mussenden Course is a par 73 with five par-5's, four par-3's, and nine par-4's.
The course has many challenges, with a wide variety of holes, from the dangerous 1st running tight alongside the Margy River, to the aptly named "Hog's Back" hole at the 6th.
world renowned surf gear, beach apparel, wetsuit and board hire
A selection of John's work is also on display and for sale at Adelphi Portrush.
The Coastal Zone (formerly Portrush Countryside Centre) was once the Bath House providing hot salt-water baths. It was refurbished and opened to the public in 1977, providing a modern exhibition area and facilities.
This late-medieval and 17th-century castle is dramatically sited, on a headland dropping sheer into the sea on the north Antrim Coast.
Portrush's main department store - only a few doors away from Adelphi Portrush.