Millisle

Millisle

Village (Small)

Millisle
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Millisle or Mill Isle (from Scots mill + isle, meaning "the meadow of the mill") is a village on the Ards Peninsula in County Down, Northern Ireland.

By Aubrey Dale, CC BY-SA 2.0


It is about 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Donaghadee. It is situated in the townlands of Ballymacruise and Ballycopeland, the civil parish of Donaghadee and the historic barony of Ards Lower. It has been described as an "unpretentious bucket-and-spade resort of fish-and-chip shops and acres of caravan sites". It had a population of 2,318 people in the 2011 Census.

54.60782,-5.528463

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54.60782,-5.528463
54.60782,-5.528463
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Places Nearby to Explore

Belfast & County Down Minature Railway Society
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A miniature railway operating steam, petrol hydraulic, diesel hydraulic and electric locomotives.

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3.1 mi

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Millisle Beach
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Millisle Beach and car park with public toilets.

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0.5 mi

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Donaghadee
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Donaghadee (/dɒnəxəˈdi/ or /dɒnəˈdiː/ or /dɒnəkʌˈdiː/; from Irish: Domhnach Daoi, meaning "Daoi's church") is a small to...

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2.3 mi

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