Fenit beach is a small beach next to the harbour at the fishing village of Fenit.
Nearest Blue Flag Beaches Ireland
Blue Flag beaches in Ireland, 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 Ireland beaches holding the Blue Flag award.
Downings Beach is a large bay with rocky shingle and sandy beach backed by some dunes. The beach is popular for swimming, kayaking, boating, windsurfing, sailing, bodyboarding and surfing. Facilities Read more [...]
Ballybunion North beach is a sandy beach nthat is also known as Ladies Beach due to the time when women and children used to bathe on a separate beach from Read more [...]
Portsalon or Magherawarden beach is a large sandy beach gently shelving into the sea. The beach is backed by sand dunes. Portsalon is at one end of a large bay 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 [...]
Ballymoney has two sandy beaches. The south beach is the smaller and comprises sand and stones, whilst the north beach is a long stretch of sandy beach. Both beaches have Read more [...]
Rosses Point beach is a 2 km stretch of sandy beach backed by sand dunes with views to Knocknarea.
Dunmore East has a few small beaches along with the larger Councillors beach.
Murvagh beach, a special area of conservation with its sandy beach and dunes, a sheltered and peaceful beach,
Fanore beach is a sandy beach on the Atlantic coast of Ireland backed by large areas of sand dunes known as the “Rabbit Warren”, and at low tide, you have Read more [...]
Kilkee sandy beach with interesting cliff walks and pools on this sandy beach.
Dugort Beach is a small sandy beach located on Achill Island. The area around the beach is within a Special Conservation Area and consists of low-lying flat grassland or machair.