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Private Luxury Day Tour to Giants Causeway


Private Luxury Day Tour - 12 Hours - 950€

Tour In a Brand New Mercedes V-Class

Discover the awe-inspiring beauty of Giant’s Causeway with Black Tie Chauffeur on our luxurious full-day tour. Starting from anywhere in Dublin, your journey along the Antrim Coast will be a picturesque adventure, passing charming villages and rugged landscapes.

Marvel at the hexagonal basalt columns created by ancient volcanic activity upon arrival. Learn about the captivating geological history and local legends surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasting 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns and the stunning Antrim coast scenery.

Enjoy leisurely strolls along coastal trails, capture photos of the breathtaking landscapes, and take some free time to explore the visitor center or savor lunch at a nearby café. With round-trip transportation by Black Tie Chauffeur, this tour provides a convenient and opulent way to experience one of Northern Ireland’s most iconic attractions. Explore with style and comfort on our chauffeur-driven tour.

    1. UNESCO World Heritage Site: Recognized for its outstanding geological significance, Giant’s Causeway was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. It is considered a prime example of columnar jointing, a rare and visually stunning geological occurrence.

    2. Legend of Finn McCool: According to local legend, Giant’s Causeway is the result of a battle between two giants – Finn McCool of Ireland and Benandonner of Scotland. Finn is said to have built the causeway to reach Scotland, but upon seeing the size of Benandonner, he disguised himself as a baby. The Scottish giant, seeing the ‘baby,’ assumed Finn’s real size and fled back to Scotland, destroying the causeway in the process.

    3. Impressive Column Count: Giant’s Causeway boasts approximately 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, varying in height and shape. The columns create a visually striking and almost surreal landscape, making it a popular destination for both geology enthusiasts and tourists seeking a unique and picturesque experience.