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Ballywalter Beach

31 Regent Street, Corporation South, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4AD
Ballywalter Beach

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Ballywalter Beach is a long, sandy beach which offers enjoyment for all. Bathers and walkers can make use of this expansive stretch at Ballywalter Beach, along with its rock pools ready for children to explore. A small playground is located nearby, along with public toilets. At the Lime Kilns, a raised area provides great views of the Irish Sea coastline.

There is no lifeguard service on Ballywalter Beach.

Facilities: Car Parking, child friendly areas, dogs allowed, toilets. Ballywalter Beach is open all year round. There is disabled access and disabled parking bays. Water quality is Good. Awards: Seaside Award Rural.

During the winter, Ballywalter Beach is used by over-wintering birds including Ring Plover, Golden Plover, Turnstone, Manx Shearwater to name but a few and provides great opportunities for birdwatchers.

The area has been awarded a 2017 Seaside Award for its facilities and water quality.

Facilities

Establishment Features

  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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Opening Times

* Beach accessible at all times

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