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Torr Head

A headland streaching out to the Irish Sea, offering fantastic views of antrims dramatic coastline. Perched at the top sits an old look-out building, believed to have been used during the war. In the 1800s the passage of transatlantic ships was recorded here and transmitted back to London.

The ruins of Altagore cashel stand at the foot of the hill and date back to the 6th century.

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Campsites Nearby

Cushendun Caravan Park

7.5 miles / 4.7 km

Situated in an attractive woodland location just a short stroll from the coast, Cushendun Caravan Park offers visitors a superb base to explore the beautiful area. The park is just 5 minutes walk from the village centre. Read More.

 

Causeway Coast Holiday Park

11.9 miles / 7.4 km

A leisurely walk takes you into the harbour town of Ballycastle where you will find many shops and restaurants. The Glens of Antrim lie to the East and the world famous Causeway coast lies to the West, making Ballycastle a perfect base to explore both of these incredibly beautiful regions. Read More.

 

Cushendall Caravan Park

13.6 miles / 8.5 km

Cushendall Caravan Park is situated on the stunning Antrim coastline, with unspoilt views across the North Channel to the Mull of Kintyre. The Park welcomes those with touring caravans and motorhomes, as well as campers wanting to stay in the stylish Glamping Cabins which are available to hire. Read More.

Local Attractions

Rathlin Island

8.3 miles / 13.36 km

Take the ferry from Ballycastle over to Irelands only inhabited off shore Island. Rathlin is home to Northern Irelands largest sea bird colony. Species include, Puffin, Gannet and Guillemot. Read More.

 

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

11 miles / 17.7 km

First built in the 1960's by fishermen to access the Island, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge has grown into a top tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. Read More.

 

Glenariff Forest Park

12.5 miles / 20.12 km

The Waterfall Walkway of Glenariff Forest Park takes you on a three mile journey through the forest gorge, weaving through enchanting waterfalls on a wooden boardwalk. Read More.