The conservation town of Ballycastle is a small rural seaside town placed on the most north-easterly tip of County Antrim. It is surrounded with breath-taking scenery and is steeped in cultural heritage. Ballycastle is awash with original buildings and architecture and has all the charm and character of a traditional Irish village. Ballycastle’s Heritage Trail will give you a chance to discover the history of Ballycastle past and present.
There is a wealth of activities from golf, tennis, sailing and watersports or less challenging pursuits such as shopping or a leisurely stroll along the beach. Enjoy delicious homemade ice-cream or end the day with a meal or drink in one of the many relaxing restaurants and lively pubs. Tradition and culture run parallel with modern living in this unique town making Ballycastle a must to visit, any time of the year.
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