Ballywalter Beach

Ballywalter Beach

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.

Facilities

Parking
Available at The Kilns.
Toilets
Family and Children
Accessibility
There is disabled access and disabled parking bays.
Accessible parking
There is disabled parking bays.

Opening Hours

Open all year round.

Charges

Access: 

No charge.

Parking: 

No charge.

Getting There

Ballywalter Beach is located at the edge of Ballywalter village and can be accessed via the car park located at The Kilns and also via the Harbour car park. The village of Ballywalter is located along the Ards Peninsula and is approx 20 miles from Belfast.

Walk Trails

Linear, 2 miles approx

Ballywalter Walk. Walking tour of Ballywalter village on the Ards Peninsula.

Canoeing Routes

Ballywalter. On the East Coast Canoe Trail.

Outdoor Activity Centres

028 91861297
ganawaycentre@btconnect.com

Ganaway Activity Centre. Ganaway is situated on a 13 acre site just outside the village of Ballywhiskin and is an excellent position to facilitate a wide range of outdoor activities..

Other Activities

Horse Riding

Kite Buggying

Kitesurfing
Kitesurfing school offering lessons to all abilities. Prior booking essential.

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Contact

028 9182 6846

Location

Whitechurch Road
Ballywalter
Newtownards

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Big Lottery Fund Ulster Garden Villages
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