Rathlin Island, Rathlin Island

#2 of 19 in Nature in County Antrim
Must see · Island · Nature / Park
Rathlin Island (from Irish: Reachlainn, [ˈɾˠaxlən̪ʲ]) is an island and civil parish off the coast of County Antrim (of which it is part) in Northern Ireland. It is Northern Ireland's northernmost point.

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  • Awesome first visit to the Island. Will be back. Great scenery, great bird sanctuary. A sleepy haven not so far away. Super walks for all ages  more »
  • Rathlin is a gorgeous place to visit. I enjoyed exploring an island I visited as a child and showing my partner around. Seeing the puffins was a fantastic experience and the people working there were....  more »
  • Fantastic for walks and lots to see. Scenery stunning. Maybe better to bring a picnic as there are very few places to get refreshments.
  • Loved it! Go early, rent a bike, check out the birds, grab a pint! Great day out
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