Ballywalter

Ballywalter

Village (Small)

Ballywalter
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Ballywalter (from Irish Baile, meaning 'homestead' and Walter) is a village, townland (of 437 acres) and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland.

By Michael Parry, CC BY-SA 2.0, 


It is on the east (Irish Sea) coast of the Ards Peninsula between Donaghadee and Ballyhalbert. Ballywalter was formerly known as Whitkirk as far back as the 12th century. It had a population of 2,027 people in the 2011 census.

54.543905,-5.486768

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54.543905,-5.486768
54.543905,-5.486768
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Places Nearby to Explore

Inishargy Bog
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A small but important wildlife haven on the Ards Peninsula.

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3.0 mi

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Ballywalter Beach
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A wide and sandy/pebbly beach with car park and play ground near by.

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0.1 mi

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Greyabbey
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Greyabbey or Grey Abbey is a small village, townland (of 208 acres) and civil parish located on the eastern shores of St...

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3.1 mi

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