Cushendun stands on an elevated beach at the outflow of the Glendun and Glencorp valleys. The name in Irish is Cois an Duine, meaning Foot of the Dun, identifying the village’s location at the mouth of the River Dun. [source]
We love Cushendun!
Everyone [almost] goes to the usual places in Northern Ireland when the sun shines, we decided that a quieter place was needed on Friday. When we arrived on the beach at 11am it was magical… a virtually deserted beach with the calmest clearest sea ahead of us!
We also discovered the newly opened National Trust owned Corner House, where we had a great lunch and tasty coffee to go… check them out on Facebook here