Amazing place like so many other in Northern Ireland. As a fan of Game of Thrones I enjoyed even more.
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It's a quick trip except for the winding road down and up. Once arrived, the harbor area is quaint with interesting rock formations that you can explore on foot and snap some great photos
Ballintoy Harbour is one of many harbours, marinas and beaches all along the road in this neck of the woods. Definitely worth stopping and having a look, enjoying the peace and quiet, seeing others also enjoying nature at its best in Ballintoy Harbour.
We came here on the GoT Iron Islands tour. It's a beautiful little harbor where they shoot scenes from Game of Thrones. It looks medieval and has gorgeous views. There weren't too many people when we were there but some tours stop there, so you...More
Great scenery - beautiful area. Game of Thrones fans will notice this area as part of the Iron Islands and where Theon re-meets his sister, Yara. We crawled over the rocky structure and watched the waves crash for a good long while, mesmerising.
Stopped here on a Saturday afternoon and it was beautiful! Even in the howling wind and rain it was gorgeous! There was a fabulous double rainbow over the harbour at one point. The caves are pretty cool and so dry and calm hidden from the...More
Really enjoyed this harbour. The free car parking facilities make things very easy and it was nice to watch the waves crashing pin the rocks.
We stopped here for 40 minutes because it is one of the shooting locations of the show Games of Thrones, but hey, you don't need to be a fan in order to appreciate how beautiful this is! It was so amazing with magnificent views. You...More
Ballintoy Harbour is simply charming , with a greater emphasis on the adjective. Were it any further embellished or serviced, it would possibly tip a delicate balance. I wish there were no would be artist/painters, snack sales or the like (though the restrooms are a...More