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First impressions it’s no Benone Strand, small beach, sand quality just ok, the sea was calm and inviting, so small I had to walk my dog up and down six times. Nevertheless my dog thoroughly enjoyed it, however the backdrop is very picturesque
The beach is small and partially has rocks. But that means it may be very interesting in summer when you can climb in the water. The magic part however is a kelp forest growing near the rocks, when the tide is halfway up, or down...More
We loved the time spent we spent there and would return to visit the area again.
Our drive over to the Ballygally Castle took us through the the mountain roads , where we could the the snow laden fields that sloped towards us.
The drive along the coast to Ballygally is magnificent. The road follows the beaches and cliffs with a view of the ocean and islands off-shore. If I am not mistaken also of the coast of Scotland. Ballgalley is a cute little place to visit and...More