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This really is a lovely walk and we do it as often as we can. Path hugs the seashore and it is never crowded. If you are in the mood for some strenuous exercise you can always take the walk up to the lighthouse. Well...More
This is an amazing therapeutic walk and I would highly recommend it for anyone who needs to not only exercise the body but to exercise the mind.
Fabulous on a sunny day but even better on a wet and windy day.
The path is closed...More
We parked in the car park and headed off, on the sea front walk, to make the most of a sunny day.
It really is a beautiful coast walk, dotted with benches here and there. Also outdoor adult gym equipment mid way. There's a colourful...More
We did this walk yesterday in the bright Ulster sunshine and enjoyed it immensely.
Not a particularly difficult or strenuous walk though there are steps leading up towards the lighthouse, the view from there back towards the village is lovely.
Part of the walk is...More
A nice little walk along the sea front with easily navigated paths (although needs some attention in places as subsiding). Walk along the “highway to health” past outdoors gym equipment and walk up the steep steps to the Blackhead lighthouse for a lovely view of...More
This is a great place for a dander any day. Always sure of a lovely view. Watch out on windy days as you may just get wet with waves crashing...all safe enough and sure it's all part of the fun. If you're feeling energetic then...More
Blackhead path is a great walk. There are various routes along the cliff top or along shore. The walks end at the lighthouse. There currently is a section under lighthouse closed off due to rock falls (but still accessible if your really keen). The shore...More
You can't miss this beautiful walk and have a picnic !
We had a very sunny Easter Sunday walk and we enjoyed the day.
It is a "must see" if you are visiting Northern Ireland.
Bear in mind the only 10p loo is situated in...More
My husband and I came along this walk on Sunday by accident. The walk is brisk and windy, so wrap up warm. The scenery is breathtaking, and the path has historical sign posts along the way. Part of the path is closed, but you can...More
Great sunny day during the Christmas holidays, so we went to the famous Black Head Path for some exercise. There was a scattering of oystercatchers in a field by the path, shore birds with long, orange beaks. Up in the fields on Muldersleigh Hill I...More