White Park Bay

A delightful sandy half moon shaped beach between two headlands on the North Antrim Coast. It is one of the first Neolithic settlements in Ireland and three passage are sighted on the surrounding hills. It is backed by sand dunes and cliffs and is a rich area for bird life. Bathing is not recommended due to strong currents. Access to coastal path, youth hostel and car park.
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