Destination Ireland: Beaches  – July 2018 – Issue 277


Ireland’s Beaches

Ireland is fortunate to boast some of the most breathtaking coastline in Europe. With crystal clear water and pristine beaches, Ireland is well catered to take advantage of the summer sun.

White Park Bay, County Antrim

A secluded gem of a beach on the stunning Antrim coast, White Park Bay is often overlooked for more famous beaches further along the coast. Accessed from a winding path through the sand dunes, the beach nestles between two headlands and provides a sheltered spot for a picnic or a paddle. Nearby, the village of Ballintoy with its charming harbour is accessible at low tide, although be prepared for the coachloads of Game of Thrones fans!

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