Carnlough Village is located on the shores of Carnlough Bay. Right in the heart of the village is a very picturesque harbour. The village with its hotel and bed and breakfast accommodation is a good base for exploring the Glens of Antrim..
2. Garron Road Coastal Drive
From Carnlough the Garron Road to Glenariff hugs the coast line and passing some interesting rock formations as the hills fall steeply to the sea. Along the road there are some scenic views across the bay to Scotland..
Glenariff is the largest of the Glens of Antrim. Not far from the sea, there is a forest park and camping area, while the two villages Glenariff and Waterfoot lie alongside the sandy beach..
4. River Side Villages
Both the town of Cushendall and village Cushendun, close to the Rivers Dall and Dun, take their names from the old Gaelic word "Cois" meaning near or close to the respective rivers..
5. Torr Head
Torr Head is a natural promontory, which in recent times housed the Coast Guard Station and in olden times a fort..