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It's located 40 miles northwest of Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.
While you're here, don't miss the opportunity to visit one of the region's biggest drawcards, Giant's Causeway. Venture to Bushmills, 8 miles to the north, and you'll be there in no time at all.
Put aside some time for enjoying the refreshing ocean breeze and soaking up the scenery at Ballyholme Beach or Kearney Beach.
There is a variety of natural attractions outside of Ballymoney. Why not head 30 miles to Gleno Waterfall? Alternatively, take in some of nature's finest artwork at Inishowen Head, 20 miles away.
For a bit of exercise and the opportunity to frame up some great holiday snaps, go for a walk around the Benvarden Garden.
Make your stay a fulfilling one by learning the history of the Joey Dunlop Memorial Garden.
You'll discover even more just down the road. Ballycastle, 10 miles to the northeast, is known for Ballycastle Beach and the Bonamargy Friary. Though, if Skydive Wild Geese and Causeway Speciality Market are more appealing, head 11 miles west from Ballymoney to Coleraine.
Approximately 12 miles to the northwest, Portrush is a destination that has lots to offer. Portrush East Strand Beach, Dunluce Centre and Dunluce Castle are all nearby. Keep in mind, the Royal Portrush Golf Club and Waterworld may be more your thing.
Eating is one of life's biggest pleasures, and since you're reading this, we guess you think travel is too. Combine your fondness for both by heading out and trying the local food and drink at a few of the bars, cafés and restaurants across town.
When Ballymoney residents talk about food, you're likely to hear dulse (local seaweed) or fish and chips mentioned a few times. These specialty dishes form part of the area's identity and ought to be on any foodie's must-try list.
City of Derry Airport (LDY) is the closest terminal, 30 miles to the west. Make sure you leave yourself ample time to reach it.