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Glens of Antrim

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There are nine glens of Antrim: these green, tree-filled valleys by the sea are some of the most scenic spots in Europe.
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Reviewed yesterday

absolutely breathtaking scenery in the Glens of Antrim - it is well worth the trip to the area. Lots of little towns and villages with cafe's and restaurants enroute.

Thank alisontracey321
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

We had a difficult time locating this using our GPS but once we got to Waterfoot, we just followed the local signs. The views were all so beautiful. A nice drive on the coast for sure!

1  Thank Joellie C
Reviewed 3 August 2016

The Glens of Antrim are green and beautiful. Sheep and cows are everywhere! Beautiful Irish countryside! Worth seeing with your own eyes!

1  Thank CCG1982
Reviewed 3 May 2016

The nine Glens of Antrim run backwards from the sea into the Antrim Plateau. Starting at the most southerly glen, Glenarm, which is fronted by the pretty village of Glenarm, you proceed northwards to Glencloy at Carnlough. As you turn into Red Bay and pass...More

3  Thank John A
Reviewed 7 April 2016 via mobile

One of my favourite stretches for road biking. Climb up through the outstanding mountainous scenery , following the river right up through the valley and looping onto Glenaan. Glens of Antrim is such a special place, cultural heartland of Causeway Coastal Route !

Thank BJ C
Reviewed 4 April 2016

We had such a great time here on Easter Sunday. I have been visiting since a young child and it is good to see that much of its original charm is still there. I would love to see the path fully restored and the rainbow...More

1  Thank 35Walkers
Reviewed 31 October 2015 via mobile

The nine Glens of Antrim are amazing areas of natural and really outstanding beauty.I second as it is claimed.They are truly the 9 gems of Antrim. The road is in very good condition though little tortuous as in all hilly areas except towards Cushedun where...More

1  Thank Naureen Y
Reviewed 22 October 2015

Beautiful glens, forests and waterfalls. Forests looked like the knights of Ni might come popping out at any moment. Great walking here. Learned what a true Irish bog was like when we got off the trail a bit!!

Thank Ronn B
Reviewed 8 October 2015

Beautiful scenery, lovely drive. Many areas to stop and take pictures. Just seems really peaceful. A must see.

Thank Rose P
Reviewed 17 September 2015

It is hard to out into words how lovely this place is. I was only able to take in Glenariff but I was stunned by it's natural beauty. We hiked a lovely footpath to the bottom and back and had a wonderful walk. I would...More

Thank Aeugusfang
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