Beautiful, dramatic and awe-inspiring, Ballycastle beach is the rocky foreshore between the Glens of Antrim and the Atlantic Ocean. It is approx 5-10 minutes walk from the town centre and has a winding road to the rear marking its perimeter.
Ballycastle town in the south-east, Rathlin in the horizon and Fairhead to the north-west, this beach is wrapped in 360 degree views.
The wooden bridge leads out to Pans Rock, a popular fishing spot.
Dander on a clear evening and bask in the splendour of the setting sun.
Cars and campers can park overlooking the beach and there are no height restrictions for vehicles. In summer months, these spots are usually home to camping tourists.
A tranquil place to relax and enjoy the allure of the north coast.
Thank you to Islander https://www.islander.ie/ for the fantastic photos.