The first major stop along the Antrim Coast Drive is this quiet village, known for its glassy harbor bobbing with sailboats. It’s a lovely place to wander around, sampling interesting little shops and restaurants. Just outside Carnlough is a peaceful yet little-known waterfall called Cranny Falls. To get there, look for a marked 1-mile walking trail beginning on the waterfront. After crossing the white-stone bridge, the route goes through idyllic countryside, following an abandoned railway bed, past a disused quarry, until it reaches the falls. Along the way, occasional markers tell you more about the history of the area.