Tránaun beach is a remote sandy beach on the island of Inishturk off the west coast of County Mayo. The beach has no facilities and is sometimes described as Inishturk beach.
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Rosslare beach is a mix of sand and stone. This beach runs along the southern peninsula to Wexford Bay.
Pollan Bay Beach is a remote sand and pebble beach backed by low dunes located at the northwestern tip of the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal. On the northern tip Read more [...]
Carne Beach has compact sand and is backed by sand dunes and a large caravan and camping site. Facilities at the beach include car parking, toilets, harbour/breakwater and slipway.
Laytown Beach is a sandy beach in a small village on the River Nanny. The beach is a long beach stretching from the River Boyne on the border of County Read more [...]
White Strand beach is an unspoilt sandy beach.
Silver Strand beach is a large west facing sheltered sandy beach. The beach is remote but well worth the effort to visit.
Coral Strand (or Tra an Doilin) beach is a very special small beach. The beach is made up of coralline algae known as maerl, making this biogenic gravel beach very Read more [...]
Doughmore Strand is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes and the Trump International Golf Links Resort. The beach can get a good atlantic swell and is thus popular with 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 [...]
Mountshannon is a small lakeside bathing area located on Lough Derg. This is a freshwater lake.
Spanish Point beach is sandy and is one of the more popular surfing beaches in County Clare. Spanish point is named after the Spanish who died here in 1588, when Read more [...]