Travel along the coast from Belfast to Derry/Londonderry to see natural beauty and tumultuous history combine a unique landscape. Experience the Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the famous rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede; and the romantic Mussenden Temple, on a cliff edge high above the Atlantic.
Discover golden beaches, dense woodlands and atmospheric caves. Visit ancient towns steeped in history, the world’s oldest whiskey distillery, Belfast’s fascinating Titanic Quarter and the Walls of Derry, and delightful fishing villages with charming Victorian harbours.
See how the Causeway Coast was transformed into Westeros at the many filming locations for the acclaimed series Game of Thrones.
An epic journey around one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines, voted Best in Travel 2018 by Lonely Planet.
A Londoner by birth, Seth Linder has lived in Northern Ireland for over 20 years. One of Ireland’s leading tourism writers, he has worked as a journalist, author and scriptwriter on numerous projects exploring heritage, history and culture, including that of the Causeway Coastal Route.
Skibbereen author Caragh Bell debuts her new novel Gabriella, this March. Gabriella, tells the story of Gabriella Alvarez, a young girl who dreams of being the next Coco Chanel. Born in The Bronx of Puerto Rican descent, she lives with her mother and beloved grandmother, Lita, who recognises the young girl’s talent and teaches her to sew. When Gabriella gains a coveted scholarship to the famous Parson’s School of Design on Fifth Avenue, she is thrilled. However, she lacks the connections to hit the big time. Then fate intervenes and her life changes forever.
It’s March 2018 and the country is covered in snow. Roads are impassable, shops are running out of food, and official advice is to stay indoors. Marianne lives on her own and works from home, so this isn’t a problem. Until she wakes one morning in her house in the middle of nowhere and finds footprints trailing all across her garden. Half-asleep, she is at first curious. Then she realises the footprints stop at her bedroom window, and curiosity gives way to unease. Who was looking in at her, while she was asleep?
As the big freeze worsens and the stalker begins to leave disturbing mementoes, Marianne’s thoughts go back two decades to the schoolyard outburst that tore her childhood apart. Old feuds resurface, and the mystery of her mother’s death is pulled back into focus. Marianne begins to see patterns – is there a link between her stalker and the true crime story she’s been obsessively researching, or does the answer lie closer to home?
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