Take a relaxing family holiday on Northern Ireland’s stunning north coast and visit landscapes so magical they could be fantasy, from forbidden forests to sweeping glacial valleys.
Take the captivating coastal road to see the Giant’s Causeway, one of Europe’s most celebrated natural wonders.
In a beautiful setting overlooking the seaside town of Ballycastle with its sandy beach, Rathlin Island and the mystical cliffs of Fairhead - Causeway Coast Holiday Park is the perfect location and has something for everyone.
Whether you want to hit a golf ball around a world-class golf course or hit the pub for a ‘trad’ music session, play with the kiddies on the beach or explore the world famous landmarks - you’re in for some great craic.
Causeway Coast Holiday Park is designed for a perfect family break with a great option of on-site facilities and amusements enabling you to both relax and have leisurely family fun.
There is much to do on the park itself including an indoor heated pool with a slide, a bar/lounge area with SKY and BT Sports, amusements and pool table. For younger children, there is an outdoor play area and for convenience there is also an on-site laundrette.
The park is both pet friendly, has disability access and free parking.
There is a wide range of pre-owned and new. modern holiday homes to choose from with prices from as low as £20,000.
There is plenty to do in Ballycastle and the town centre is a ten minute walk from the park. Why not take the ferry from Ballycastle to beautiful Rathlin Island just six miles across the Sea of Moyle.
Along the Causeway Coast is Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, one of Northern Ireland's best known tourist attractions. The bridge, suspended almost 100ft (30m) above sea level, connects two cliffs off Ballintoy, County Antrim and visitors can cross it - if they dare!
Watertop Open Farm is located six miles outside Ballycastle in the gorgeous Glens of Antrim. It offers a great day out for all the family, with a variety of activities on offer which include an assault course, boating lake, pony trekking and go-karting.
Ballycastle also has a great selection of places to eat which include both friendly local cafes and delicious bistro grills.
The world famous Giant’s Causeway is a twenty-minute drive away from Causeway Coast Holiday Park.
Northern Ireland's first UNESCO Heritage Site, is a geological wonder and home to a wealth of history and legend. The 40,000 basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago intrigue and inspire visitors.
They say the Giant's Causeway was the stomping ground of giant Finn McCool, who lived in these parts nearly two thousand years ago. How else can you explain the chimney stacks that mark his house? The organ he built for his musical son Oisín? Or the giant boot he left on the shore?
which is an artist-inspiring landscape of dramatic cliffs that is often visited for its natural beauty. For the outdoor enthusiast there is no shortage of walks and trails around the coastline and in the Glens of Antrim. The 33-mile Causeway Coast Way has been described as one of the finest coastal walks in Ireland.
For golfing enthusiasts there is no shortage of world class championship links courses in the area.
In Ballycastle, the golf club, plays host every year to the Causeway Coast Amateur Golf Tournament. The course sits yards from the shoreline on the Causeway Coast, a spectacular stretch of golfing coastline of unsurpassed beauty making it is one of the most scenic in Northern Ireland.
Half an hour from Causeway Coast Holiday Park is Royal Portrush Golf Club, host club for the 2019 Open Championship. Royal Portrush is famous for having one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world and has tested celebrities and royalty alike.
It’s close neighbour Portstewart has hosted the Irish Amateur Championship in 1960 and 1992 and held qualifying rounds of The Open in 1951 and the British Seniors in 2004. It hosted the Irish Open in 2017 with its Strand Course indisputably the jewel in Portstewart crown for both quality of game and scenery.
Another 20 minutes further on round the coast is Castlerock Golf Club, a fabulous links course set among rolling sand dunes. Its scenic qualities embrace the River Bann flowing out to the Atlantic, eye-catching views of Donegal and on a clear day towards Scotland and the Isle of Islay. An ideal retreat in which to play golf.