Portrush Whiterocks BeachPortrush, County Londonderry
Recently awarded with the prestigious 2013 Blue Flag Award, Portrush Whiterocks Beach has become a favourite with locals and a must see destination for International visitors.
The limestone cliffs of the White Rocks stretch from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castle. You can take a boat trip into these soft, sedimentary rocks have been carved through centuries into a labyrinth of caves and arches. Shelagh's Head, the Wishing Arch, Elephant Rock and the Lion's Paw are headlands of distinguishable forms which rise out of the ocean.
On the main coast road, you will find pull in areas and a large car park where you can take in the incredible views of the headlands to the Giant's Causeway and back to Portrush and Donegal. Along the beach, there are grassy knolls with sea views and ideal for picnics.
The beach attracts water sports enthusiasts, as regular surfers and body boarders can be seen in the surf, and there are many shops and services nearby that can organize the hire of such equipment.
Car parking and toilet facilities are also located close to the beach. The postcode is just for satnav to get you close, please do plan your journey independently.
Lifeguard cover July, August and the first half of September.
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Yes, there is parking onsite.