The Dingle Peninsula’s stunning beaches are ideal for surfing, strolling and swimming. Tourism Ireland The Dingle Peninsula, jutting out of County Kerry into the Atlantic Ocean, is one of Ireland’s most beloved destinations for foreign tourists and Irish vacationers alike.
Galway is an enviable city as it has an abundance of beautiful beaches close to the city, and some of the best beaches on the west coast of Ireland within its county. The closest beach to Galway is in Salthill, a short walk from the city centre along the promenade which starts in The Claddagh area.
Bundoran (Irish: Bun Dobhráin) is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. The town is located on the N15 road near Ballyshannon, and is the most southerly town in Donegal. The town is a popular seaside resort, and tourism has been at the heart of the local economy since 1777.
Tramore (/ t r ə ˈ m oʊ r /; Irish: Trá Mhór, meaning "big strand/beach") is a seaside town in County Waterford on the southeast coast of Ireland. A small fishing village until the arrival of the railway in 1853, the town has continually expanded since.
Barleycove is not accessible. There are not many accessible beaches in this part of West Cork but the best bet option might be Ballyrisode since the beach is more or less at the same level as the road but parking in that area in summer can be difficult.
Rossnowlagh is a seaside village in south County Donegal, Ireland. It is about 8.5 km north of Ballyshannon and 16.0 km southwest of Donegal Town. The area's 3 km long beach is popular with families and is frequented by walkers, surfers, wind-surfers, kite-surfers and swimmers.
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Benone Beach stretches for over 7 miles from Downhill westwards to where it meets Magilligan Point at the mouth of Lough Foyle and forms part of one of Ireland's longest beaches. A Blue Flag beach, it is popular throughout the year for a variety of outdoor activities and events with great views along the North Coast, to Inishowen in Donegal and to Scotland.
Dollymount Strand is the closest large beach to Dublin city centre. It is situated on Bull Island which was created in the 19th century in Dublin Bay to deal with silting problems. The sandy beach here runs along the full 5 kilometre length of the island.
Lisfannon provides spectacular views of the majestic Lough Swilly, Rathmullan and Inch Island. It is located close to the village of Fahan and the seaside town of Buncrana . An excellent location for bird watching and a great spot to check out a diverse range of Flora and Fauna. The area is a Natural Heritage Area and a key wetlands site for birds.
The beach at Malahide is great, families love it, dogs allowed, very clean and feels very safe. Fantastic location on the coast road in Malahide which is a superb place to visit with lots of amenities such as the marina, pubs, shops and restaurants. A...
Mullaghmore (Irish: An Mullach Mór, meaning "the great summit") is a village on the Mullaghmore peninsula in County Sligo, Ireland. It is a noted holiday destination, characterised by ocean views and a skyline dominated by the monolithic shape of Ben Bulben mountain.
Greystones beach is a mix of pebble and sand and is located at the southern end of the town of Greystones. The beach is accessible by public transport, the DART train travels to Greystones from Dublin City centre regularly during the day. Greystones is lifeguarded during the bathing season (lifeguard times are posted on the information noticeboard on the beach). The South Beach in Greystones is about half a mile long.
Skerries South Strand is a long sandy beach approximately 2.5km in length. with low dunes behind the strandline in the centre of and to the south of the designated bathing water. The beach is accessible along its length from the footpath / promenade that runs parallel to and all along the beach.
Rosses Point – One of Ireland’s Most Beautiful Spots At the entrance to Sligo Bay, you’ll find the beautiful Rosses Point with its spectacular blue flag beaches. Traditionally Rosses Point was a farming and sea-faring village, which is still rich in its heritage today.
Spanish Point (Irish: Rinn na Spáinneach) is a village in the parish of Milltown Malbay in County Clare on the west coast of Ireland. It has many holiday homes, and in winter a significantly smaller population. It is also one of the better surf breaks in County Clare. The name refers to the wrecking of some ships of the Spanish Armada off the coast.
Carraroe (Irish: An Cheathrú Rua Irish pronunciation: [ənˠ ˌça(h).ɾˠuː ˈɾˠuˑə], its official name) is a village in County Galway, Republic of Ireland. The village is within the Irish-speaking region of Connemara, and is famous for its traditional fishing boats known as Galway Hookers.
Rosslare Strand is a Sand. stone beach located near Duncannon in County Wexford. A Blue Flag Award beach, Rosslare Strand has Not Tested water quality and some of the best facilities in Republic of Ireland.Dogs required to be on a leash and dog fouling removed.
Waterville, historically known as Coirean (Irish: An Coireán, meaning "little cauldron"), is a village in County Kerry, Ireland, on the Iveragh Peninsula. The town is sited on a narrow isthmus, with Lough Currane on the east side of the town, and Ballinskelligs Bay on the west, and the Currane River connecting the two.
Louisburgh is built on the Bunowen River, part of which is a salmon fishery. Nearby Roonagh Pier, approx 6 km from the town, is the departure point for ferries to Clare Island and Inishturk. There are a number of stunning beaches in the area renowned for their cleanliness.