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A picturesque beach, ideal for picnics

Cushendall Beach is a picturesque sandy beach backed by grassland. suitable for picnics. Much of the historic character of the 19th century settlement on the north bank of the River Dall remains. Consequently, in 1973 Cushendall was designated as only the second Conservation Area in Northern Ireland, and includes the largely intact Irish Georgian buildings of the town's four original streets. Cushendall lies in the shadow of the table topped Lurigethan Mountain. It is known for its traditional Irish music sessions and friendly pubs. Each August, Cushendall hosts the Heart Of The Glens festival. The festival has been running since 1990.
Visitor Information
Cushendall Beach is on the main A2 coast road. For more information contact Ballycastle Tourist Information Centre, Tel: 028 2076 2024

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