As Little River Glamping is based in the heart of the North Coast, there are so many activities to do close by. Here we have named just a few.
The spectacular sandy beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim coast. In this secluded location, even on a busy day there is plenty of room for quiet relaxation.
Enjoy lazy summer days, picnics, making sandcastles and long walks. You’ll find that even on a busy day, this is a secluded and relaxing place to be.
Ballycastle Beach is our closest beach. It has The beach runs from Ballycastle marina all the way to the popular fishing spot of Pans Rocks just over a mile away. With breathtaking views of Rathlin Island and Fair head.
East Strand Beach, at the heart of the coastal resort of Portrush, forms a continuum of sand, approx. 2.5 km / 1.6 miles long, merging into Curran Strand and Whiterocks at its eastern extremity. East Strand Beach is popular for water sports all year round, especially surfing.
From crisp Autumn mornings to warm Summer evenings, there’s no better place to roam than a beautiful beach like Portstewart Strand. With scenic sand dunes, dramatic cliffs and golden strands, its spectacular shores are made for walkers. Feel the sand between your toes and enjoy a paddle in the sea on a walk which will wow everyone
The Dark Hedges
A popular holiday destination enjoyed by many, the quaint and idyllic rural town of Ballycastle has many an activity to wile away a relaxing short break.
Located on the north easterly tip of County Antrim, Ballycastle lies in the Moyle district. Among its main attractions is the outstanding natural beauty it possesses. Views of surrounding mountain ranges, lakes, glens, forest parks and coastline are just a few of its hidden charms.
The village was originally built around a single street. Ballintoy means “the northern townland” and the village is one of the locations used to film the HBO Game of Thrones television series.
The original grant to distil was signed in 1608 by King James 1st and there has been distillation on this site since then, using the unique water from their own stream and Irish barley. The Bushmills distillery is more than 400 years old.
Carrick-a-Rede is one of Northern Ireland’s most loved attractions.
Connected to the cliffs by a rope bridge across the Atlantic Ocean, Carrick-a-Rede Island (home to a single building – a fisherman’s cottage) is the final destination. Suspended almost 100ft (30m) above sea level, the rope bridge was first erected by salmon fishermen 350 years ago
Flanked by the wild Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.
The Lake Kilrea