Visitor Information

For further information on where to stay, places to visit or things to do contact:

Northern Ireland Tourist Board
59 North Street, Belfast, BT1 1NB
T: 028 9023 1221
F: 028 9024 0960

Causeway Coast and Glens Ltd
11 Lodge Road, Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, BT52 1LU
T: 028 7032 7720
F: 028 7032 7719

Heart of the Causeway Coast & Glens (formerly Ballycastle Visitor Information Centre
Portnagree House Harbour and Marina Visitor Centre, 14 Bayview Road, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, BT54 6BT
T: 028 2076 2024
F: 028 2076 2515

Larne Tourist Information Centre
Narrow Gauge Road, Larne, Co. Antrim, BT40 1XB
T: 028 2826 0088
F: 028 2826 0088

Ballymena Tourist Information Centre
76 Church Street, Ballymena, Co. Antrim, BT43 6DF
T: 028 2563 8494
F: 028 2563 8495

Additionally visitor information is available from Local Information Offices in Carnlough (tel: 028 2888 5236) and Cushendall (tel: 028 2177 1180).

How to get there and how to get around

The Antrim Coast & Glens AONB is situated in the north eastern corner of Northern Ireland and within one hour’s drive from Belfast City, Belfast International and City of Derry Airports. Ferry services operate from Scotland to both Larne and Belfast. There is also a ferry service between Ballycastle and Rathlin Island.

Ballymena, Ballymoney and Larne are part of the Northern Ireland rail network and the AONB is accessible by bus from each of these towns. In summer the Antrim Coaster bus service operates regularly between Larne and Ballycastle.

Cyclists can use the Sustrans National Cycle Routes 93 and 97.

For walkers the AONB includes the Moyle Way running from Ballycastle to Glenariff Forest Park and the Antrim Hills Way running from Glenarm to Slemish Mountain. For more information on the Waymarked Ways in Northern Ireland please visit

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