are many local Attractions, our local beaches are some of the most picturesque,
cleanest and best kept in Great Britain, miles of golden sand and blue
water. One of our main local golf courses is Royal
Portrush Golf Club, which recently played host to the 2012 Irish
open, is approximately ten minutes drive. There are various amusement
arcades, around Portrush, Portstewart and surrounding area however it's
most renouned has to be Barry's
Amusements. There are to many Pubs and restaraunts to name them
all, there are various local nightspots, the most well known would be
Kelly's of Portrush, Lush,
which recently has renovated and opened the Atlantis
Also along our coastline there are many tourist atttractions such as the Bushmills Distillery and only up the road from there, is one of our most famous area's of oustanding natural beauty, The Giant's Causeway renouned for the hexagonal rocks. There are many other places Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge which historially was used by fishermen to reach the rock. However due to its popularity it has been developed and redeveloped to increase the safety as it use to be just a few bits of wood attached with rope. There are many other historic and beauty spots, there is Mussenden Temple, Dunluce Castle, Portbradden's small church it is dedicated to St Gobban (is privately owned) it is thought to be one of the smallest in Ireland however the ruins of a smaller one, St Lasseraghs stands on the cliffs above.
There are many local events, the North West 200 is probably one of the biggest, with not only spectacular road racing but also a bike festival week, which helps make this an ideal break for all, not just bike enthusiasts. The International Airshow is also quite an all round enjoyable weekend event for all to enjoy, with the Red Arrows amongst other aircraft putting on some spectacular shows.
There are many musical events and parades hosted on the north coast, one of the best family events that is enjoyable to all is The Pipe Band Championship.
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