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Ballycastle Beach

Ballycastle, Antrim

Ballycastle is a traditional seaside town. An excellent base to explore well known local atractions such as the Giant's Causeway, Glens of Antrim and Rathlin. The beach is very popular with locals and tourists, and offers a 74 berth marina.

Beach Type

sand

Facilities

Shops
Cafe/restaurants
Toilets
Disabled access
First aid
Promenade
Pier
Harbour
Leisure centre
Campsite

Activities

Bowling
Golf course
Walks
Surfing

Water Quality

Excellent

Lifeguard

No

Cleaning and Litter

Litter bins and dog bins provided.

Dogs

Dogs restricted.

Awards and Recommendations

Marine Conservation Society Recommended

Tourist Information

Ballycastle TIC Sheskburn House. 7 Mary St. Ballycastle Tel. 028 207 62024

Location

Nearest town: Ballycastle
County: Antrim
Latitude/Longitude: 55.2051, -6.24573

Access

By foot. the beach can be reached from Ballycastle promenade over a stone footbridge. alternatively follow the east A2 coast road and take the first left onto Carrickmore Road where you will find parking.

Public Transport

Ulsterbus service 137: Ballymoney. Bus Station - Ballycastle. Bus Station.

Parking

Free parking

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in Ballycastle