Dunluce Castle, Bushmmills
Sitting precariously on a cliff top above the raging Atlantic Ocean clings Dunluce Castle, one of Ireland’s most iconic images. This 14th century fortification overlooking Royal Portrush Golf Club has a rich history of occupation and siege. Richard de Burgh, Sorley Boy MacDonnell, Sir John Perrott, and its last resident Randall MacConnell all appreciated its strengths as a strategically vital fortress (even if their enemies didn’t). Like the Dark Hedges it is immensely popular with photographers, especially set against a summer sunset, but just be warned…it’s haunted!