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Cushendun

Co Antrim
Cushendun

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About

Cushendun is a beautiful seaside village on the North Coast alive with small shops and pubs. A series of scenic paths wind through the village, beach front, harbour, and Glendun river.

Start Point:
D248327

Finish Point:
D248327

Route:
From the car park follow the waymarkers around this circular walk. The 1.9 km promoted perimeter pathway consists of pavement (road), grass, gravel, dirt and plastic grid surface and includes a riverside walk.

Distance:
1.2 to 1.5 miles

Terrain:
Quiet village roads and beach

Point of interest:
Beach, standing stone, ruin castle

Facilities:
Public toilets are available in two places in the village, picnic area, playground, and restaurants are available.

Publication:
None

Publication availability:
n/a

Nearest town:
Cushendun

OS map:
Sheet 5

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Accessible terrain:
Quiet roads, beach and unsurfaced yet level paths

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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Map & Directions

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Public Transport Directions

From Ballycastle (north) or Larne (south) take the A2

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