The Causeway is very fascinating because it's hard to understand how such a formation came to be, unless we believe the story of Finn MacCoole building a bridge to Scotland. Mind you, even history books I've read state that it's almost impossible to always separate fact from fiction in Irish history, because everything is shrouded in so many layers of myth. The entrance to the Causeway itself is free, and it's a five-star tourist spot (one of three in all Ireland, actually). It's great fun to scramble over the rocks and watch the tide coming in over the hexagonal stones. The view here is as equally stunning as the two other places we visited on the North coast.
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