United Kingdom Northern Ireland Bushmills
A coastal formation of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, resulting from an ancient volcanic fissure eruption.
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The collection of basalt columns at Giant's Causeway is a natural wonder that boasts some of the most unique rock formations in the world. Set against the backdrop of stirring seaside cliffs, the area is perfect for a leisurely hike or access to the pristine beach. Bushmills, the nearest town, offers an array of charming shops and cozy pubs for visitors to explore.
seeker 11 months ago
Unlike any other beach on the planet, Ireland’s famous Giant’s Causeway features mesmerizing hexagonal pillars that protrude from the rugged coastline. Tour through this mythical spot that has puzzled and intrigued travelers for centuries.
seeker 3 years ago
If you're visiting Ireland, definitely add Giant's Causeway to your must-see list. While there's folklore surrounding the story of the creation, it's hard to believe that it isn't man made.
katie 3 years ago
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