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Cushendall Beach

Cushendall, Antrim

A picturesque sandy beach backed by grassland, suitable for picnics and set in a bay to the north of the small town of Cushendall.

Beach Type

Sand

Facilities

The town has local shops and amenities
There are picnic sites
A caravan site and a golf course

Activities

Golf
Fishing from the rocks
Boat trips or walks in the glens

Nature and Wildlife

This is close to the famous Glen Ariff. Queen of the Glens and the area offers superb views whether walking on the coast or inland.

Water Quality

Not Tested

Lifeguard

No

Tourist Information

Mill Street Cushendall +44 (0)28 2177 1180

Location

Nearest town: Cushendall
County: Antrim
Latitude/Longitude: 55.0817, -6.05244

Access

Head north from Larne on the A2.

Public Transport

Ulsterbus (ULB) Service 162 runs from Larne Bus Station - Cushendun Square which stops in Cushendall.

Parking

There is a car park next to the beach.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in Cushendall