Bun Abhann Dalla
County Antrim

At the foot of the “table mountain” Lurigethan Mountain, the coastal town of Cushendall nestles against the banks of the North Canal. The most striking building of the village is the former prison tower Curfew Tower, which was built in 1817. On the northern edge of the village there is a popular sandy beach from which a path leads along the coast. The “Cushendall Coastal Path” offers wonderful views of the village and the coast and also leads out to Layd Old Church.

Co. Antrim
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