This small village, mostly owned by the national trust, is situated at the mouth of the river Dun (The Brown River) and the foot of Glendun - one of the renowned Glens of Antrim.
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The tide at Cushendun Beach is currently rising. High tide will be at approximately 3:00 PM, and the next low tide will be at approximately 8:50 PM.
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Two national trust car parks.
No lifeguard cover at this beach
(Or après-beach. Or pre-beach. Or, just because you might want stuff)
around 3 miles south as the seagull flies, around 5 miles by road.
around 10 miles south-southeast as the seagull flies, around 15 miles by road.
around 10 miles south-southeast as the seagull flies, around 16 miles by road.
around 11 miles south-southeast as the seagull flies, around 18 miles by road.
around 9 miles northwest as the seagull flies, around 11 miles by road.
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Country: Northern Ireland
Local Authority: Moyle
Nearest postcode: BT44 0PJ
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