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Ballycastle

Ballycastle

Ballycastle is a town in Northern Ireland, located in County Antrim. Situated in the far north of the Northern Irish Province, the town is a superb base for exploring the surrounding area. The town has many points of interest nearby, between beaches, cliffs, and ruins…

Visit Ballycastle

The epicentre of many unmissable tourist spots

Ballycastle is a remote village in the Northern Irish wilderness. Its many places of interest are a testament to its many tourist attractions, which will allow you to plunge into the heart of deserted and desolate areas that are absolutely magnificent!

For example, you’ll literally fall in love with the serious charm of Fair Head, a strange local cliff (famous for having served as the filming location for the Game of Thrones series – a place flown over by the Daenerys’ dragons). The Cliff is beautiful, has 2 lakes, and overlooks the sea. Simply magical and grandiose!

If you have a car or a bike, don’t hesitate to test the Torr Head Scenic Road circuit. This road will take you through some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in Northern Ireland!

Add to this the discovery of the Kinbane Peninsula, its ruined castle… and you will be able to go to the White Park Bay: a wild cove where you can go barefoot on the sand at low tide!


Ballycastle: discover the map

(Tourist sites and places to eat and drink)


Ballycastle: activities and sites to visit

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A castle on the Kinbane Head Peninsula. Its few remains bring a certain cachet to the place!

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A peninsula known to shelter the ruins of an ancient castle!

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A small 15th century monastery to discover at your own pace.






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