Portstewart Strand, Northern Ireland

 Portstewart Strand, located on the scenic Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland, is a Blue Flag beach known for its long, sandy shores, rugged dunes, and proximity to famous attractions like the Giant's Causeway.

Scenic Beauty: The beach boasts a wide expanse of golden sand backed by rolling dunes and lush greenery. The views of the North Atlantic Ocean and Mussenden Temple are spectacular.

Recreational Activities: Portstewart Strand offers swimming, beach games, and picnics. The dunes are perfect for wildlife spotting and hiking. Nearby, you can explore the unique hexagonal basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway.

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