Culdaff Beach is a Blue Flag beach meaning that it is clean safe and ideal for swimming. It is a sandy beach with two rocky outcrops at the southeast side which are exposed at times during the day depending on the tidal phase. The beach is contained to the west by sand dunes and to the north-west by the Culdaff River. It is a popular beach for surfing. This section of the coast is a Special Area of Conservation and has some good walking routes.
Activities at Culdaff Beach include swimming, surfing, walking and a children’s play area.
Life Guard: Yes; from 1st July until the end of August and the first two weekends in September.
First Aid Available: Yes, when lifeguard is on duty