THE

CAUSEWAY COASTAL

ROUTE

Welcome to the Causeway Coastal Route, a designated way-marked drive around the coast of Northern Ireland between Belfast and Londonderry with nine shorter scenic loop drives. Here you will find over forty locations independently researched, photographed and compiled. The drive is approximately 120 miles (190 km) and merges with 'The Wild Atlantic Way'  at Muff in County Donegal.  and the ' Mourne Scenic Route ' in Belfast. The landscape varies from seashore to mountain tops, busy cities to small hamlets and coastal harbours. The main route follows an  'A' class road which leaves both cities on dual carriageways. Minor single lane roads are encountered on some of the scenic loop drives which can be challenging for drivers.

To experience the drive, several of the main attractions and explore one or two scenic loop drives you should allow three to five days. Having said that, it is possible to drive it in a day if that is all the time you have.  To navigate this website use the 'tap for menu' at the top of this page and on subsequent pages ( tap to open / tap to close). For more information, images and regular updates follow the  Facebook Page.