Experience Northern Ireland’s idyllic beaches close to our Club Sites

Characterised by craggy peninsulas, sparkling loughs, soaring mountains and stunning beaches and bays, Northern Ireland is an astounding, uplifting setting in which to enjoy a coastal camping holiday. Come and experience a captivating adventure and bask in the beauty that is the Northern Irish coastline.

Rustic and resplendent, Northern Ireland’s coastline is bursting with character. Soul-stirring scenery inspires the imagination, while having a soothing effect on body, mind and spirit leaving you feeling restful and relaxed.

Our Delamont Country Park Club Site is your doorway to some of the region’s most rousing beaches and you’re invited to enjoy an extraordinary campsite coastal holiday that will take you to the extreme edge of Northern Ireland.

Beaches near our Delamont Country Park Campsite, Northern Ireland

Murlough, Northern Ireland

The tremendous Tyrella Beach is just a 22-minute drive from our Delamont Club Site. Its wide, flat sandy beach, which stretches for 2km, is a stunning sight to behold. Backed by dramatic dunes and set in a conservation area, the beach expands far into the distance and provides an outstanding view of the majestic Mourne Mountains on the horizon.

A popular jaunt for locals and visitors alike, the sparkling sea waters attract water sports enthusiasts from far and wide, while the beach is a favourite among families and groups for enjoying picnics and play in a picturesque setting.

The dunes backing the beach spread across 25 hectares, where you can admire an assortment of wildflowers and discover the wildlife. At the height of spring and summer witness wondrous sunsets and, as dusk descends, marvel at the magnificent outline of the Mourne Mountains, which offers a picture perfect moment. The huge stretch of sand is great for kite flying or a slow stroll while the waves trickle across your feet. This serene corner of the South Down coast is a haven of contentment, where a blend of sun, sea and sand - to enjoy during the spring and summer - offer a blissful beach experience.

On the doorstep of our Delamont Country Park Club Site is the striking Strangford Lough. It’s the largest sea lake in the British Isles and staying with us puts you just a few minutes’ walk away from the water’s edge.

A designated Marine Nature Reserve and named as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, gazing out across the spectacular Strangford Lough is truly something special. With a heap of activities to enjoy, there’s plenty that will appeal to your sense of adventure. How about having a crack at canoeing? Fun for all the family, glide through the crisp, calm waves of the lough and catch an up-close glimpse of the seals, birds and porpoises that populate these waters as you revel in a relaxing paddle.

Along the shores of the Strangford Lough, experience the 1.5 mile Nugent’s Wood walk, which takes you through mixed woodland terrain to reveal a variety of wildflowers and stunning wildlife. Connect with nature for an hour as you meander through this wooded wonderland. You can bring four-legged friends along for the adventure too.

For a change of pace, and scenery, a series of unique little towns and villages surround the lough. Steeped in history, discover the narrow streets and quirky features of these peaceful pockets of civilization. The town of Comber comes highly recommended. Birthplace of Thomas Andrews, builder of the Titanic, the town has an illustrious past becoming an industrial centre, home to plenty of mills in the 1700s.

The village of Strangford sits at the foot of an imposing castle, which overlooks a pleasant harbour. Stunning architecture and colourful cottages surround the bay that sits at the mouth of the lough. Packed with places of interest, Strangford Lough is an exquisite extravaganza of sights, sounds and unforgettable scenery that will set off all your senses and paints a true picture of Northern Ireland’s heritage.

From Strangford village you can hop aboard a ferry to the other side of the lough, where you will arrive at Portaferry. Featuring a small marina and an aquarium, the town of Portaferry sits at the southern end of the Ards Peninsula, where there are coastal walks aplenty.

See Northern Ireland like never before, in all its grandeur. Enjoy an adventure you will never forget! Our Delamont Country Park Club Site is the doorway to a dream getaway and we’re ready to welcome you to the extreme edge of this country’s cracking coastline.