Ballymoney Town Centre
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Ballymoney... At the Heart of It!
Situated just 15 miles from the breathtaking Causeway Coast within easy reach of the fabled Glens of Antrim, Ballymoney is one of the North-east’s finest gems. Easily accessible by both road (A26) and rail, Ballymoney Borough is ideal short break destination. For a fun filled family outing, Ballymoney offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Check out www.visitballymoney.com for details.
Explore the Heritage
Ballymoney is renowned for its rich and colourful history, with many famous sons including the legendary road racing brothers Joey and Robert Dunlop. Call into the new purpose built museum to find out more.
Explore the Hospitality
Café culture has really taken off in Ballymoney and recent years has brought some significant developments in the fine dining sector. If you’re looking for food on the go, Ballymoney has every type of takeaway including traditional, Indian, Chinese and Italian.
Explore the Friendly Shopping
Ballymoney’s retail offer has dramatically changed in recent years. It’s where traditional meets trendy, with many unique family-run shops, gift and fashion boutiques and popular names in family clothing. Top this with free parking and friendly service and you’ve got the ideal shopping trip.
Explore the Great Outdoors
Walkers and cyclists of all capabilities will enjoy exploring the highways and byways of Ballymoney. Discover the breathtaking landscape and a myriad of wildlife in its natural habitat. Take a leisurely river cruise or bring your own boat or keen anglers can indulge in game and course fishing. Be sure to pick up your cycling, walking and fishing guides from the Tourist Information Centre.
Stay a While!
Ballymoney Borough has accommodation to suit all purses including the 5 star Drumaheglis Marina and Caravan Park which provides one of the few public access points to the river. Phone 2766 0230 for assistance with your accommodation arrangements.
East of the Bann, West of the Glens, South of the Causeway and North of Lough Neagh - Ballymoney……….. at the heart of it.