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Portrush is a popular holiday location in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. The town extends into an isthmus with rocky foreshores, but east and west of the town are three long white sandy beaches. Walk along the East Strand to White Rocks Beach. A 4m high bronze sculpture, inspired by the sails of local traditional boats, is located at East Strand. Similarly walk the West Strand. On the west side of the isthmus is a small artificial harbour. The town has a large tennis complex, and 18-hole Royal Portrush Golf Club. The fresh air and scenery are great, with views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Local attractions include Waterworld, the Coastal Zone with its story of the local marine environment, Old Bushmills Distillery licensed in 1608, Dudlace Centre for family entertainment, and the limestone cliffs along the seashore east of the town. Have fun at Barry’s Amusements, Portrush Countryside Centre, and Waterworld – real family affairs. Portrush sponsors many events, including an international airshow, pipe band championships, triathalon, and so on – so visitors just may arrive in time to join in the fun.

The medieval ruins of Dunlace Castle, on the coast road 5 km to the east of Portrush, standing on a rocky headland overlooking crashing waves, are worth a visit. The Giant’s Causeway lies a further 5km to the east. This is a World Heritage Site, the 4th greatest wonder of the UK. 40,000 interlocking basalt columns form hexagonal stepping stones. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Northern Ireland.