Portrush Travel guide
Portrush : Michelin's recommendations
Portrush is a popular seaside resort set on a peninsula and flanked by several sandy beaches. It stretches to Ramore Head (a bird-watchers’ favourite). There are excursions by boat to visit the caves in the limestone cliffs of White Rock (to the east) and to a chain of offshore islands, densely populated with sea birds, called The Skerries.
Tourist attractions Portrush : Things to see and do
10 Sandhill Drive GB - Portrush
Standing in the same building as the Tourist Office, this has a number of attractions as once found on the piers, including the Turbotours and Earthquest .
8 Bath Road GB - Portrush BT56 8AP
Standing in a former Victorian baths, this presents the ecology of marine life in the region. You can see underwater species from the imaginary wreck of the Nautilus.
Dunluce Road GB - Portrush BT57 8QG
Few views are as romantic as that of the jagged ruins of Dunluce Castle standing on a lonely rocky outcrop 30m above the sea. Separated from the mainland by a vertiginous narrow passage, it was abandoned after the catastrophic collapse of its kitchen..
Ballyreagh Road GB - Portrush BT56 8LT
Just metres from the rugged cliffs of Portrush, Inn on the Coast has magnificent views towards Ramore Head. This pet-friendly hotel also offers free parking and free Wi-Fi in all public areas. The spacious rooms each have a private bathroom, tea and..