Castlerock beach, a mile of sandy beach backed by grass covered dunes that runs west-wards from the mouth of the River Bann. An open-air heated swimming pool by the beach.
Magilligan Beach (Benone Strand) is located on the North West corner of Northern Ireland and stretches for 7 miles from Downhill to Magilligan Point. Magilligan foreland is Ireland’s largest coastal accumulation comprising some 32 square kilometres of marine and wind-blown sand deposits.
Downhill beach offers visitors a long stretch of sandy beach with great surf making it an ideal spot for water sports and long walks with the dog or just a spot of sunbathing in the warmer months. Downhill beach offers a wonderful way to enjoy the natural beauty of read more
Magilligan Point is the tip of one of the largest (7 miles) sand dune systems in the British Isles. The coastline constantly changes with winter storms and this is one of the main reasons the site has been declared a nature reserve. Magilligan Point guards the mouth of Lough Foyle read more