You leave early in the morning from Dublin to the North. On the way we will take a short break and then go to Northern Ireland.We will walk on the rope bridge Carrick-a-rede, which connects the abyss depth of 23 m and a width of 20 m between the mainland and a small island. This bridge served as fishermen for many years to place their nets and catch salmon.
After a 20-minute walk through the picturesque rocks, you can cross the bridge to the island with its abundance of birds and enjoy the spectacular views of the coast. After lunch, its time for the giants dam, which is the main highlight of the tour. This object is included in the UNESCO world heritage list.
This place consists of more than 40,000 hexagonal rocks that look like a Grand set of stairs leading into the sea. This place wrote the myths and legends of the area. An experienced guide will tell you.
Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street, Dublin 2Open Map
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