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Bushmills : activities and sites to visit

The Giant’s Causeway

Localisation en Irlande
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The Giant’s Causeway (Clochán na bhFómharach in Gaelic) is undoubtedly the number one attraction for any traveller to Northern...

Dunluce Castle

Localisation en Irlande
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Think about the ruins of a magnificent castle standing proudly on the highly steep edges of a gigantic cliff…...

Old Bushmills Distillery

Localisation en Irlande
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An opportunity to discover the secrets of triple distillation, a typically Irish process!

Dunseverick Castle

Localisation en Irlande
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Ruins facing the ocean in Northern Ireland. What more could you ask for?

What to expect?

Bushmills is a city located in Northern Ireland. Very well known for producing its famous whsikey of the same name, the town is also very popular in terms of tourist sites! Indeed, the town is located close to 2 major attractions: the Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle, two emblematic places in Northern Ireland!

Visit Bushmills

A town ideally situated to discover whiskey and the North Irish coast.

Bushmills is a small town of 1,400 inhabitants located in Northern Ireland in County Antrim. Known throughout the world for its distillery, the town produces a whiskey of the same name, which is exported by thousands of tons abroad.

Whether you are a whiskey lover or simply want to explore the town, you should know that the town is rather pleasant and with simple tastes.

Don’t hesitate to take a tour: the city centre is picturesque, and its irish pubs and restaurants are very pleasant. And you’ll have plenty of time to discover local handicrafts!

Finally, don’t miss the sumptuous Giant’s Causeway, located near the city. You will marvel at these strange rock columns, merging with the ocean. The show is worth the detour! It must be said that this geological site is unique in the world: millions of visitors flock to discover it every year!

Don’t hesitate also to discover the impressive ruined castle of “Dunluce Castle”: built on top of a cliff, it offers a fascinating view of the ocean. Its charm has endured through time, and will transport you back to the Irish Middle Ages, between land wars and epic sieges!