Tonight, I am posting information on of the most spectacular geological features in the British Isles, namely the Giant’s Causeway on the north coast of Northern Ireland. Summary information as follows:
This evening, I am posting information on the romantic ruin of Dunollie Castle which occupies a rocky promontory about one mile from Oban in the west of Scotland. The castle is open to the public with good views obtained from the ferry en-route to the Isle of Mull.
This evening, I am reporting a popular tourist route in Northern Ireland.
The potential visitor sites listed here is predicated on a departure from Belfast then north and following the coastline round in a broadly east to west direction.