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Naturally North Coast & Glens Artisan Market

Sea Front, Ballycastle, County Antrim, BT54 6BN
crowds of people browsing busy seaside market stalls
  • crowds of people browsing busy seaside market stalls
  • crowds of people browsing busy seaside market stalls
  • crowds of people browsing busy seaside market stalls


The Naturally North Coast and Glens Artisan Market is a fantastic showcase of local food, culture, heritage and traditions, a perfect destination for anyone searching for an authentic experience.

The markets can be found on a rotating schedule in various locations. Some markets may only have 15 stalls, while others may have up to 60 depending on the size of the venue and event.

They are a dog friendly market, dogs are welcome provided they are on a lead and are well behaved.

The markets are mainly located in and around the Causeway Coast & Glens area, surrounded by lush, green fields, glens, valleys, coastlines, beaches and small picturesque friendly towns featuring many unique independent friendly stores, coffee shops and restaurants, alongside a wide range of accommodation options.
The rugged, unspoilt landscape presents opportunities for exploration and activities off the beaten track.

Fit in a visit to one of the markets on your journey to experience some iconic attractions, friendly towns or events along the Causeway Coastal Route. Whatever you choose to do you will be embraced in a warm welcome from the market traders.

Look at the regularly updated market schedule on the website and be sure not to miss this real artisan market experience.

Please note - Dates/times may be subject to alteration for reasons outside organisers control.

Outdoor events are always at the mercy of the weather. It is always recommended to check the website/social media for the most current information before making any journeys.

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Opening Times

* 11:00 - 17:00
Check website as times may vary

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