On the main Coast Road "The Capital of the Glens" at the foot of the Lurigethan Mountain. It is a Conservation area and as such is steeped in history, an example of this is the perfectly preserved Turnley's 19th century Curfew Tower, the focal point of the village. In Cushendall there is the opportunity to see Layde Graveyard which is said to be one of the oldest and most important historical sites in the Glens of Antrim. It dates back as a parish to before 1288. There is also in Cushendall an excellent golf course and a beautiful beach. Secluded caravan and camp sites. Highly scenic area. Local information office is also headquarters of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society.

 Activities in Cushendall

Cycling Tours Guided
Ardclinis Outdoor Adventure

Golf Courses
Cushendall Golf Club

Sea Fishing
Red Bay Boats


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