Duncannon

A little fishing village with great scenery, boasting a 16C fort, some notable museums, and a popular beach.

Duncannon beach, a mile long golden beach, very popular spot with locals and tourists alike. Duncannon Fort, which was built in 1588 incorporates a maritime museum, Cockleshell Arts Gallery, Officer's Mess Café and Craft shop and various other Art and Craft outlets and is open daily to visitors 7 days from June to September. Rest of year 5 days guided tours are available. There are three festivals of note held in Duncannon every year. On the June Bank Holiday weekend there is an annual Military and Vehicle Re-Enactment. In August there are two festivals. Firstly a Sand-sculpting Festival is held on the beach and secondly the Kitesurfing Festival.
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