We were dropped at the coastal path here where you can see the remains of Dunluce Castle. This 14th century castle was featured in the Game of Thrones. There were 11 of us altogether and we were led by a National Trust ranger.
In the distance we could see Scotland which is just 12 miles away.
I have never seen a unicycle on a coastal path before.
There were a lot of people clambering over the stones which selfishly I wanted to view with no-one else there.
This visitor attraction was formed 50-60 million years ago and has helped scientists understand a little more about the earth's development.
A rope bridge was constructed by salmon fisherman 350 years ago from the mainland to the tiny island of Carrick-a-Rede. The fishermen erected the bridge so they could check on their salmon nets. The fishery was important as it employed over 100 men in its heyday.