Best Reasons to visit Giant’s Causeway, Antrim, Northern Ireland
- Giant’s Causeway is a stunning site where around 40000 interlocking black basalt columns situated along the Northeast coast of County Antrim in Northern Ireland.
- About 60 million years ago, this dramatic site formed as the result of a volcanic eruption.
- Most of the columns at the sites are hexagonal. Some columns have seven or eight sides.
- Giant’s causeway is also an excellent place to watch sea birds such as cormorants, petrels and razorbills.