Ballycastle (from Irish: Baile an Chaistil, meaning "Town of the Castle") is a small rural seaside town in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is on the North-Easternmost coastal tip of Ireland, in the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The harbour hosts the ferry to Rathlin Island, which can be seen from the coast.
Ballycastle Beach is a popular tourist destination and is approximately 1.2 kilometres in length. It runs from the pier at Ballycastle Marina at the western end to Pans Rock in the east and has lots of interesting features such as a little bridgeway over the water to a rock face. Ballycastle Beach is comprised of predominately sand with some shingle.
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