Ireland:

There are beaches so stunning, that they are Unesco World Heritage sites. This special beach thanks its name to a legend, where giants crossed from one country to another and has over 40.000 dramatic basalt columns.
 
Amazing, right?
 
Located on one of Europe’s most magnificent coastlines, the Antrim coast of Ireland, the Giant’s Causeway is stunning.
 
The symmetry of the rock columns that make up this stretch of landscape are a natural curiosity that intrigues and amazes.
 
Giant’s Causeway earned its name from the legends of an ancient roadway, once used by giants to cross between Ireland and Scotland.
 
The reality is no less fantastic though: the 40,000 dramatic basalt columns were actually formed by an ancient volcanic eruption.
 
Regardless of its origins, you can visit the UNESCO-listed site year-round; it’s generally quietest first thing in the morning and late afternoon in the summer months.
 
If you have the foresight check the tide times too, as it is most visible and explorable at low tides.
 

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