Things to see and do - Ballycastle
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Ballycastle Travel guide
Ballycastle : Michelin's recommendations
This pleasant holiday resort, located at the foot of Knocklayd Mountain, enjoys a superb view of Ballycastle Bay and Rathlin Island. A long sandy beach, freshwater and seawater fishing, a golf course and other sports facilities add to the site's appeal.
Tourist attractions Ballycastle : Things to see and do
rd. Causeway GB - Causeway Head BT57 8SU
The Giant's Causeway is one of the most famous natural wonders in Ireland. The 40 000 basalt columns have inspired legend, constant wonder and curiosity, and given rise to ardent scientific debate. Nowadays, this UNESCO world heritage site attracts h..
Gaults Road GB - Cushendall
The road along the Antrim coast takes in some varied landscape. On the sea side are charming villages, vast expanses of shore, high basalt and limestone cliffs, with Scotland's Mull of Kintyre in the distance. Inland lie the glens, narrow little vall..
GB - Ballintoy BT57
A 20m-long rope bridge is set up every year for those who want to go fishing on the island, in quest of the salmon migrating to spawn in the River Bush or River Bann. The island forces the fish north (the name means "rock in the road"), dir..
141a Ballinlea Road GB - Gracehill BT53 8PX
9 Dunluce Road GB - Bushmills BT57 8QG
Bushmills Inn Hotel & Restaurant is a former coaching inn dating back to the 1600s, offering free private parking and an on-site bar, restaurant and cinema. Old Bushmills Distillery can be reached in a 15-minute walk. Free Wi-Fi, an en suite bathroo..
6 Coast Road GB - Cushendall BT44 0RU
Prix Prices from : 75 £
In the Glens of Antrim, this hotel is located in the village of Cushendall, a 10-minute walk from the sea. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and traditional Irish cuisine. Rooms at the hotel are decorated in fresh light colours and feature LCD TVs and..