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White Park Bay (also spelled Whitepark Bay) is a bay and three-mile long beach located near Ballycastle, County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland, along the Giant’s Causeway Coastal Route. Sheep and cattle graze the hills and beach along the bay, which has been under the care of the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty since 1938. It is situated in the townland of White Park. The bay is also home to the Whitepark Bay Youth Hostel. A cairn above the beach is designated as a Scheduled Historic Monument at grid ref: D0225 4403.

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On your visit to Ballintoy, consider visiting Whitepark Bay. Although listed here, Whitepark Bay is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Ballintoy.

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  • A well kept beach with lots of sand and few rocks - there is a limited number of parking spaces and it is a little walk away from the beach itself but worth it

  • Gorgeous views and a peaceful walk on the long stretch of beach. Green hills to one side and wide open ocean waves to the other. Shifting sand makes for visual art. Wildflowers bloom on the sand's edge. And the friendly cows even joined us on our walk.

  • If you don't mind the cleanliness so much, the Whitepark bay youth hostel is in the best position to visit the Antrim Coast. Terrific view from my window and very kind staff. It's wonderful to wake up in the morning and see such a wonderful show beyond the windows. Magic!

  • Beautiful place for a walk. If you're hardy enough to swim in the sea here , bear in mind it's not a safe swimming beach.

  • Wild and rugged only accessible for the fit. But some great views and just to see the cattle on the beach.

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