Southbourne beach is a sandy beach with some shingle and is popular with families. Like most Bournemouth beaches the seafront is backed by a steep cliff. Facilities include lifeguards in Read more [...]
Nearest Blue Flag Beaches UK and Ireland
Blue Flag beaches , the Blue Flag award is a prestigious, international award scheme that aims to provide an assurance to tourists that a beach has met a minimum standard. To collect a Blue Flag any UK and Ireland beach must achieve the highest quality of water, facilities, safety, environmental education and management.
Below we list the current beaches holding the Blue Flag award.
Trecco Bay beach is one of the many Porthcawl bays and is a large sand and rocky beach between two rocky points, situated between Sandy Bay and Newton Beach. The Read more [...]
Langland Bay beach is a wide sandy beach with pebbles and rocks at either side Popular surfing location, particular in the winter months. Facilities include a promenade , cafes and Read more [...]
Beachlands is primarily a shingle beach with the beach being backed by sandy grass areas and heathland, criss-crossed by many paths. This area of the seafront is the best for entertainment Read more [...]
Loughrea Lake beach is located at Loughrea Lake, a limestone lake to the east of Galway. Loughrea Lake is a designated Natural Heritage Area (NHA). Facilities include changing rooms, toilets, Read more [...]
Mullaghroe beachis a sandy beach backed by dunes and salt marshes. The bay is an area of scientific interest and popular with bird watchers.
Tenby northern beaches are split into two; the north beach and harbour beach. Harbour beach is a small area of sand within the harbour and at high tide boat trips Read more [...]
Rhos-on-Sea beach is at the west end of the long stretch of beaches within Colwyn Bay. The beach is mainly sand with rocks and boulders in various locations and includes Read more [...]
Rossbeigh beach is a long stretch of sand backed by dunes. The beach stretches out north from Rossbeigh. The beach and dunes are part of the Castlemaine Harbour Special Area Read more [...]
Cranfield beach is mainly sand, gently sloping, located at the entrance to Carlingford Lough. This area designated as being of Special Scientific Interest. Facilities include parking, children’s play area, toilets/showers Read more [...]
Botany Bay is an old fashioned sandy beach ideal to keep the family entertained. The beach is almost 200m long with chalk cliffs and stacks, rock pools to explore and Read more [...]
Tywyn beach is a long seafront backed by a promenade and grass areas. The beach is sand and pebbles backed by sand dunes, stretching 7 km of the Welsh coast Read more [...]