Ballyhalbert Holiday Park
Beachside Family Friendly Holiday Park in Co.Down
Ballyhalbert Holiday Park is the ideal retreat If you’re looking for somewhere to leave behind the stresses and strains of the modern world. With beautiful beaches on your doorstep, you can walk to them within minutes straight from your holiday home.
The park sits on the sunning Ards Peninsula coast in County Down. The beaches are world class with fine white sand and when the weather is good, you could be forgiven if you thought you were on the Costa del Sol.
In the park, there is a handy food shop plus some recreational facilities for children including a playpark and pitch & putt golf.
Holiday Home Ownership
- Ballyhalbert holiday park is for owners only who wish to purchase a holiday home. It is not possible to book a short term break or longer holiday at the park.
- Holiday homes for sale include new and used static caravans and lodges from well known brands such as Willerby and Omar.
- Ballyhalbert has a twelve-month site licence, which means holiday home owners can maximise the time they spend enjoying their homes.llerby, Atlas and Omar.
Ballyhalbert is a small village yet has all the essentials you need for your stay on the holiday park. There are cafes, pubs and a small number of shops but the main attraction is the harbour and beach where you can enjoy watersports such as jet skiing.
Things to see and do
The mile long crescent of sandy beach curving along the shore of Ballyholme bay has been a favourite sea bathing spot for generations. Nowadays it is used all year round by wet suited windsurfers who come from all over Northern Ireland to skim along its waves in the breeze. Children love to paddle here and build sand castles, it is the perfect place for a family day out with bucket and spade.
The terraces of handsome houses along the Esplanade provide a pleasant backdrop to bracing walks along the promenade towards Ballymacormick Point - a rocky outcrop sitting between Ballyholme and the little village of Groomsport. Covered in gorse, it is good for rough walking and for spotting birds, flowers and foxes.
Ballyhalbert Holiday Park is in Co. Down, Northern Ireland is just 16 miles south of Bangor on the A2 on the East coast of the Ards Peninsula. The drive time to the park from Bagnor is around 30 minutes.