County Antrim Swimming beaches

The beach guide has 4 swimming beaches listed in County Antrim. Check here for all swimming beaches in the UK

  • Whiterocks Beach ©

    1. Whiterocks Beach

    Whiterocks is a two mile stretch of sandy beach starting (or ends) in Portrush at the East Strand beach. The height of the waves makes Whiterocks popular with water sports enthusiasts, including anglers, bodyboarders, surfers, and surf…

  • Ballygally ©

    2. Ballygally Beach

    Ballygally is a fairly small, sandy beach that is popular with both locals and tourists who come here to enjoy a paddle during the summer months and for fishing during the rest of the year. This is also 'Game of Thrones' country with some…

  • Brown's Bay ©

    3. Brown's Bay

    Brown's Bay is a sandy, crescent-shaped beach sitting at the northern end of County Antrim's Islandmagee Peninsula.

    The beach is slightly over 300 metres in length with a crossable stream running down the middle and into the bay.…

  • Rathlin Island ©

    4. Rathlin Island Beach

    Less than 10 kilometres off Ballycastle, on the north coast of County Antrim, is the "L" shaped Rathlin Island. Measuring a modest 9.7km in length this rugged little island is home to a couple of sandy beaches.

    The easiest of…