Ballycastle Marina
Ballycastle Marina
MARINA BERTH RESERVATION IN

Ballycastle

Moyle, Northern Ireland
Berth Characteristics
  • berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Ballycastle by calling VHF0.

Ballycastle Marina is situated in a small town with the same name (Baile an Chaistil in Irish, ”the town of the castle”), on the Northern coast of Northern Ireland. There are over 20 hotels, B&Bs, inns and holiday rentals from which you can choose to make your stay more pleasant. The top

Facilities of Ballycastle

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  • Bar
  • Electricity
  • Dressing rooms
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The neighborhood

Ballycastle is located in Moyle.

Moyle District is situated on the Northern coast of Northern Ireland, as a part of County Antrim. Moyle has over 40 miles of bays, headland and cliffs with wooded glens. The beautiful Antrim Mountains cover most of the Eastern part while they descend to moors in the Western part. The district is famous for producing potatoes, oats, barley and growing sheep, and it has a tourism based economy.

Moyle is a magnificent land that combines geology, amazing wildlife, beautiful history and folklore, foamy rivers and ancient monuments. It includes Rathlin Island, the only populated island in Northern Ireland.

There are plenty accommodation units, which are more than likely to meet your greatest expectations. It only depends on the manner in which you would like to spend your holiday: in a luxurious hotel, a traditional inn or a cozy bed & breakfast. Here are the top places you should consider booking: Ballygally Castle, Bushmills Inn, Bayview Hotel, Ramada Portrush, Galgorm Resort & Spa. Also, check out Adair Arms Hotel, Shola Coach House, Harbour Heights B&B, An Caislean, Londonderry Arms Hotel, Antrim House, Causeway Tavern B&B and Ashlea House.

When you think about Northern Ireland you should immediately connect it with amazing local food because it is one of the main reasons tourists keep coming back. A travelling experience is not fulfilled until you have tried the local food, right? What is your quest: a nutritious breakfast, a satisfying lunch or a light dinner? Here are some of the places you should add to your list: The Millside, Harbour Bar, Square Bistro, Barnish Cafe, O’Connor’s Bar. Don’t miss Tartine, Mermaid Kitchen and Bar, The Bay Cafe, Bushmills Inn, Harry’s. You will also find restaurants that serve International dishes: Indian (Mayur, Spice), Italian (Angelo’s, La Pizza Parlour). Try the Chinese (Go Sun), American (Howler’s, Ed’s Bar and Grill).

There are several food festivals you can attend. Meet the producers and buy fresh stuff right from the source: Flavor Fine Food Festival, Larne Loves Food, The Bushmills Salmon & Whiskey Festival, Food & Drink Show Northern Ireland. Attend the Continental Market at Belfast City Hall and St. George's Christmas Fair and Market.

What to visit in this idyllic part of Northern Ireland? There are so many wonderful places to see. Giant’s Causeway is the most popular tourist destination, a miracle of creation, geology, wildlife and a place used for filming scenes in the famous TV show, Game of Thrones. The Antrim Castle Gardens is a beautiful and peaceful site that will delight your eyes with the variety of flowers, plants and colours. Ballycastle Beach is perfect for sunny summer days, as well as for long walks on winter days. Whitepark Bay, The Gobbins, Murlough Bay and Fair Head, Glenariff Forest Park and Cranny Fallsa are considered other stunning artworks of nature.

The L-shaped island of Rathlin has a special vibe to it. With an area of only 6 square miles, it is a place where you can celebrate the unspoilt beauty of nature, let your mind wander and find peace. It is also a popular destination for birdwatchers, as it hosts tens of thousands of seabirds. A big part of the Irish heritage can be explored in the museums: Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum, Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre. Also, check out Larne Museum & Arts Centre, Ulster Aviation Society, US Rangers Centre and the Blue Circle Museum.

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