Torr Head Scenic Route
Between Cushendun and Ballycastle, the Torr Head Scenic Route, probably Ireland’s most beautiful sidetrack, leads along the rolling coastline of County Antrim. A narrow road, hairpin bends and blind spots guarantee an adventurous ride, where a gorgeous landscape appears behind every bend. If visibility is good you have a good view over to Scotland, which seems to be within reach from Torr Head. A detour to picturesque Murlough Bay is worthwhile.
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Things to see near Torr Head Scenic Road
Mysterious stone relicts like Standing Stones, Ogham Stones and Stone Circles can be found in many places in Ireland.
Irish Pubs, actually short for Public House, are deeply rooted in Irish society. This is where people meet with friends and neighbours.