Welcome back to Ireland! After Venice and the English winter wonderland, it´s time to finish my road trip along the Causeway Coast.
The basalt columns might be the most known part of the Giant´s Causeway, but there is more to explore!
When Finn fled from the wrath of Scottish giant, Benandonner, he left his boot in this bay – also know as Port Noffer. In the back, you see the Whishing Chair – until some years ago only ladies were allowed to sit on the chair.
There are two possible trails – the one on top of the cliffs, which takes you about 5 miles from the Giant´s Causeway to ruins of Dunseverick Castle and another kind of the mid of the cliffs taking you around them for some may half a mile. There used to be a longer trail but it got buried some years ago.
The Whishing Chair from above.
View of the “Organ” and the buried former pathway.
Hello Scotland! I spot you! And would love to do a little cruise on that sailboat!
View in direction of the basalt columns and Finn´s “camel” in the back.