The ruins of Dunluce Castle have sat on the edge of the North Antrim cliffs for centuries, providing one of the iconic images of Northern Ireland. In fact, Dunluce Castle is one of the essential stops in any proper tour of the North Coast, alongside the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick A Rede rope bridge.

It’s widely believed that even before a castle existed on this site that it was some kind of pre-Christian fort.