Do join the locals to celebrate this great event and enjoy the stunning scenery, diverse attractions and local culture of Ballycastle town and Rathlin Island in the heart of the Causeway Coast and Glens. The festival opens with an evening parade at Ballycastle seafront on Friday 24 May and continues through the week and both weekends until the closing event of music and The Big Lunch on Rathlin on Sunday 02 June 2013.
I just spotted this mouth-watering post by Shauna McFall of Krafty Kakes over on Facebook:
Muffins for the Maritime Festival market in Ballycastle on Sunday 26th and Monday 27th will include. Lemon Meringue, Rocky Road, Red Velvet, Carrot Cake, Toffee Pudding, Honeycomb, Choc Orange, Mint Choc, Mocha, Summer Berries, Oreo, Raspberry and White Chocolate, Raspberry Sherbet Fluff, cake slices. Chocolate Tarts, Twix Tarts, and Chocolate Cups...
Enjoy the music, the food and the crack. Support local businesses - if you don't, they may disappear quicker than a krafty kake.