The beauty of Ireland is perfectly represented during a tour of Torr Head.
This eastern headland is covered with a green carpet of plants, bushes, and trees, and stunning views of the Irish Sea and Antrim County’s lush countryside. There’s a lot of history behind this area; for centuries, Torr Head acted as a watchpoint for Lloyd’s of London, marking the comings and goings of transatlantic shipping.
Your Torr Head sightseeing will take you around narrow, winding roads, past small fishing villages and clifftop lookout points. Make sure you bring your camera—on a clear day you can see straight across the North Channel to the Mull of Kintyre, located some 10 miles away in Scotland.
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