Alternative Names: None
Type of Dive: Port Na Happle at Portstewart is a shallow gully sandy in the middle and small cliffs along the sides.
Suggested Experience: Novice to the experienced diver.
Travel directions: Port Na Happle is in the very north of Northern Ireland near Port Stewart.
Parking directions: There is parking for 15 cars in the car park
Lat & Long: 55.180586, -6.724028 Google
Tides: Tide tables
Site entry/exit: From the car park walk down the stairs and along the path and back towards the house then down to the gulley.
Site Hazards: entry and exit point at shore require caution due to rocks covered in kelp. Easy to lose footing. It's possible to enter the water by giant stride at the end of the natural pier but exiting the same way is difficult
Nearest Public phone: Contact me
Mobile Network service:
Other comments: There are plenty of crabs and dogfish to be seen in the seaweed at the edges of the gully with flatfish in the middle sandy areas.
Pub: The Anchor bar.
Cafe: Bob & Berts coffee house The three Kings
Created by: Melanie Fitzpatrick
Surface Photos: Melanie Fitzpatrick
Underwater Photos: Contact me
Underwater video: Utube
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