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Giant's Causeway

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The Causeway Coaster shuttle bus offers service between the Visitor Center and Giant's Causeway at 15-minute intervals. (As a walker, you'll probably just wave at the bus as it goes by.)

Another bus, the Causeway Rambler, runs from Bushmills Distillery to the Causeway Visitor Center, Dusverick Castle, White Park Bay, Ballintoy, and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge from mid-June to mid-September. For details, see Ulsterbus route 376 at www.translink.co.uk.

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Walking in Ireland - General Information:
Introduction Resources and Web links
Types of walking trips  

Walks in Northern Ireland:
Giant's Causeway Rathlin Island
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Guide: Chris Murphy

Walks in Southwest Ireland:
Roaringwater Bay Sheep's Head Way
Sherkin Island Glengarriff Nature Reserve
Heir Island Guides: SouthWestWalks Ireland
Cape Clear Island  

Related articles:
Molly Gallivan's Cottage and Traditional Farm
Bunratty Manor Hotel (Shannon Airport)

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