Dunluce Castle – is a picturesque ruin of a medieval castle located  in Northern Ireland Co Antrim, its situated on the coast between Portballintrae and Portrush.

The castle can be reached via a bridge connecting it to the mainland. There are Extremely steep and high cliffs on both sides surround the castle which of course would have acted to keep the occupants safety secure along with having a viewing point to see if trouble was on the horizon .

According to the documentation, the first castle in this place was created in the 12th century.

This spectacular castle is considered by many to be the most picturesque and romantic of Irish castles. It was originally occupied by the MacQuillan family and later MacDonnells. In the sixteenth century the British besieged him.

Dunluce Castle is one of the main and most photographed tourist attractions in Northern Ireland.