One of the most popular holiday destinations in Northern Ireland is Ballymena, the 8th largest town in the region. An area surrounded by natural beauty, the ideal location for a relaxing holiday, with many pleasant activities to take part in too. On the Rent My Caravan website you will find several search options in Northern Ireland to rent holiday accommodation on delightful static Caravan Holiday Parks.
The Braid Centre – Ballymena
Visit Ballymena and take a trip to the Braid Centre of history, culture and art where there are many family activities and special events taking place throughout the summer. The Braid mid-Antrim Museum is currently hosting “The History of Gallipoli”, a photographic essay of the battle sites where Antrim soldiers served during the World War I campaign. The” Distant Past” follows the relationship between pre-historic man and his environment. The Braid Centre also provides Tourist Information and advice for anyone visiting the area.
In addition, the Braid Arts Centre presents varied events during the summer months. Enjoy Annie The Musical, Comedy with Michael Mee and the C21 Theatre Company featuring successful drama camps for all children aged 7 – 13.
Golf at Calgorm Castle
A great place to play a challenging game of golf is Calgorm Castle, Ballymena during 6 – 9 August, 2015. The European Challenge tour makes a return to the County this year, the third consecutive year. The event also features a Good Food Festival. Ballymena Golf Club is an 18 Hole golf course with bar and restaurant facilities.
Whilst driving the Causeway Coastal route visit the peaceful village of Cushendon, with quaint white-washed cottages, which nestles at the base of the stunning Torr Head road on the route to Ballycastle. Enjoy a river walk, or a wander along the small sandy beach and explore the caves.
Shopping at Fairhill Centre
For any shopaholics amongst you make a trip to the Fairhill Shopping Centre in Ballymena, one of the best shopping towns in Northern Ireland, with around 50 retail outlets, plus coffee shops and restaurants for you to rest your weary legs after an afternoon of retail therapy. On summer Saturdays the Fairhill Bears host kids’ activities to satisfy the needs of your little ones.
If you decide to have an evening off from cooking on your Caravan Holiday, you will be spoilt for choice by the many restaurants and differing types of cuisine on offer in Ballymena. Choose from award winning venues offering cordon-bleu food, to the more exotic dishes from Chinese, Indian and Mexican menus. You will also find gastro-pubs and fast food outlets, something for every taste.
If you have a static caravan for rent in Northern Ireland, why not list it today on Rent My Caravan and reach some of the many visitors searching for an ideal static caravan holiday location. It’s free, you get your own web page, bookings calendar and lots of people looking for exactly what you have, so what is not to like?