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Hard to review a ruin but this ruin is nicely situated overlooking the sea and there are good views from the Causeway Road. Most of the castle has gone so it is a small ruin. For the young and energetic it is possible to climb...More
This is a small ruin, but very picturesque. It is possible to hike down through the small valley and up to the stones (we saw the remains of a fence up there but it is almost all gone now). It only takes a few minutes...More
As you can see by the images people have already posted, there is not very much of the castle to see here. Information online states that Dunseverick Castle and the peninsula on which it stands were given to the National Trust in 1962 by local...More
If you are looking for a castle this is not the place. All that remains looks like a couple of cricket pins. However it is a great place to start an exquisite hour and a half hike to the Giant's Causeway. It is a stop...More