Visit Magilligan Point Beach
Magilligan Point has a lovely long sandy strech beach along the peninsula backed by one of the largest sand dune systems in the British Isles.
A wonderful place for bird lovers and birdwatchers for seabirds, migrating waders and wildfowl.
The nature reserve is also home to the a Ministry of Defence (MOD) firing range.
At the northern tip is a ferry terminal and a restaurant! Stop in for a bite to eat at the The Point Bar & Restaurant after a day on the beach and relax and take in the great views.
The Lough Foyle Scenic Ferry is a 15 minute journey from Magilligan point across to Greencastle.
This beach is …
Have a great day out along the coast.
Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.
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Map of Magilligan Point Beach
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