Dreaming of your next big adventure?
 
Our Motorhomes and Campervans can take you places you’ve always dreamed of.
 
Be inspired by our Motorhoming community and enjoy endless adventure and Insta-worthy roadtrips. Explore the unknown, eat like a local and see the sights from an exciting new perspective.
 
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Inspiration: The Causeway Coastal Route, Northern Ireland
 
 

The Causeway Coastal Route spans the Atlantic coast from Derry to Belfast – or vice versa, depending on which direction you want to travel.
 
Studded with sandy beaches and festooned with fishing villages, this renowned route is perfect for motorhome and campervan adventurers craving sea air and the lands of legends!
 
Whether you start or end in Belfast, you’ll delight in a vibrant city, with a blend of Victorian charm and striking modernity – including, of course, Titanic Belfast.
 
Along the coastal route you’ll discover hair-raising cliff walks and breathtaking castles. Fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones will recognise the Cushendun Caves, where the infamous ‘shadow baby’ scene was filmed. This is just one of the many GoT locations scattered around the Causeway Coast.
 
Feeling brave? Wobble above the waves at Carrick-a-Rede. Suspended almost 100ft above the sea, the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge has linked tiny Carrick Island and the County Antrim mainland for around 350 years. (Booking ahead is essential).
 
Giant’s Causeway itself is an unmissable part of your Causeway getaway. This wonder was formed by volcanic activity over 60 million years ago, but the myth persists that the Giant’s Causeway was built by the hands of warring giants!
 
The Old Bushmills Distillery is the island’s oldest working distillery. In operation since 1608, the company’s distinctive single malt whiskey is still produced here today.
 
Take a stroll along Downhill Demesne beach and above you is one of Northern Ireland's most iconic landmarks: Mussenden Temple. Originally built as a replica of the Temple of Vesta in Italy, the temple provides a stunning backdrop to the end of your epic roadtrip. Pack a sunset picnic and watch the world become bathed in gold.
 
 
Suggested sleeps:
 
Check out the choice of caravan and holiday parks en-route: https://www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk/.../caravan-parks
 
Suggested eats:
 
Cream teas and traditional pub lunches can be enjoyed all along the coast, but the trip wouldn’t be complete without fish and chips – with the juiciest cod and haddock fresh off the boat.
 
 
Don’t miss:
 
Binoculars at the ready at Ballylumford! Take a short boat trip from the harbour to see Northern Ireland’s only mainland puffin colony.