Ballycastle, Co.Antrim, Northern Ireland
Ballycastle is a small rural seaside town placed on the most north-easterly tip of county Antrim, Northern Ireland surrounded with breath-taking beauty and steeped in cultural history.
Ballycastle is best known for the ‘Ould Lammas Fair’, probably the largest of its kind in Ireland with its ‘dulse’ and ‘yellowman’. Ballycastle is the perfect central location from which to organise day trips. Go west along the Causeway coast to Kinbane, Carrickarede Ropebridge, Ballintoy, Dunseverick, Portbraddon, the Giant’s Causeway, the Bushmills Distillery. Go east through the Glens of Antrim to Cushendall, Cushendun, Glenariff, Glenann, Glencorp, Glenballyeamon, Glendun, Glenarm. Go north to Mull of Kintyre, Fairhead, Murlough Bay, Rathlin Island to enjoy some true wildlife, fishing and diving or just enjoy the warmth of the town and its people.
Ballycastle is the ideal holiday destination for the family or explorer with a variety of activities and accommodation to suit the weekend break or summer holiday.
Facilities include Harbour Master, Marina Facility, Anchorage, Mooring Fee Payable, Fresh Water, Shorepower, Marine Diesel, Petrol by can, Gas, Wi-Fi, Provisions Store, Rubbish Disposal, Laundrette, Toilets, Showers, Tourist Information Centre, Bar, Restaurant, Post Office, Internet Access, Slipway.
Close proximity to Shops, Restaurants and pubs. Great access point for exploring Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and the Glens of Antrim.