My very last stop on my tour along the Causeway Coast: Portrush Sea Tours – exploring the coastline from the sea.
Having parked the car a little bit outside the city centre (there was a major traffic jam going on) it was still just a short walk through the seaside town Portrush down to the small harbour. At the office of the Portrush Sea Tours we were greeted by two cute dogs and a cup of tea, cuddling the dogs and the tea set me in perfect relaxation mood for the tour.
Our captain and tour guide arrived and we “hopped” on the boat, it´s a small speedboat for 14 people, we only were 7 or 8, so there was plenty of space for everyone. And off we went! It was the tour going to the Giant´s Causeway and back, taking about 90 minutes.
First “stop”: The Skerries – a small group of rocky islands just off the coast and a paradise for birdwatcher.
The Amphitheatre of the Giant´s Causeway from the other side – that´s where the path suddenly ends thanks to the landslide in the middle of the Amphitheatre.
Bye bye Giant´s Causeway!
Runkerry House and Runkerry Beach would be on the right.
The “elephant” at White Rocks (beach)
And hello again Portrush.
If you´re in the area and like boat tours only half as much than I do, take one – you won´t regret it. You gonna see the Coast from a new perspective and will hear many anecdotes and stories from the area.