Tag - Carrickfergus

Castello Italia Brings a Taste of Italy To Carrickfergus

Since opening its doors in 2017 Castello Italia has delighted its customers with an array of Italian dishes with a modern Irish twist.  And whilst many businesses shut up shop during lockdown, instead Castello Italia went through an ambitious rebrand which saw the lower floor transformed into a modern Pizzeria. At the helm of this transformation...

Paddleboarding Sensation In Carrickfergus

The world's fastest growing water sport can be enjoyed all-year round in Carrickfergus with WaveRides Paddleboarding now offering a range of classes in the coastal town’s sheltered harbour. A mixture of punting, surfing and canoeing, paddleboarding is taught by Robbie Richardson, a qualified instructor with over 35 years maritime experience. “I’m delighted to bring the joy...

Leading The Way through Carrick’s WW2 History

The rich and varied World War Two history of Carrickfergus is becoming ever more accessible thanks to the Lead The Way walking tours by Adrian Hack. Uncovering the history of the town’s past in the 1940s Adrian reveals how a linen factory was converted to make parachutes, that tanks were built, how the iconic US...