The North Coast area is truly wonderful for golf, it offers both links courses to delightful parkland.
Surfing is the ideal sport for Irish weather and the North Coast is a great area for all watersports. With several Award-winning Blue Flag beaches the surf on the North Coast of Ireland is widely reported to be some of the best in the world. Surfers can expect swell in excess of 18ft in the winter and up to around 8ft in the summer.
Within Northern Ireland you will find some of the most stunning beaches in Europe. The natural formation of the coastline provide long stretches of golden sand and impressive sand dunes. Several of our beaches have been awarded with the prestigious Blue Flag award.
Have a look here for fun days out with the family there is lots to see and do.
Things To See And Do
Every region has it must see attractions so have a look here to see whats in store for your next visit to the North Coast. With Dunluce Castle, Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Mussenden Temple and Bushmills Distillery to visit you will have the perfect excuse to come back.
Places To Eat
There are a wide range of places to dine including The Harbour Complex, Atlantis at Kellys, Shanannigans Portstewart, The Anchor Complex, The Giants Causeway Hotel, The Bushmills Inn.
There are lots of opportunities for Angling on the North Coast
Groups and individuals can use the Water Sports centre as a base for changing and storing belongings. Activities on East Strand include surfing, body boarding, sea kayaking, surf kayaking, wind surfing, sub aqua and sea angling.
Walking is a popular activity with many North Coast visitors. Some wish to simply take a gentle stroll along the resorts seafronts; others prefer a brisk walk along the beach as stimulating exercise surrounded by fresh air and fantastic scenery. Many people like to walk the coastal routes or venture inland to the hills.
Maddybenny Riding Centre, The Island Equestrian or click here