Bettystown Beach (Meath)
Bettystown Beach is a sandy beach in a popular seaside resort. The beach is a long beach stretching from the River Boyne on the border of County Meath and County Louth in the north down to the River Nanny at Laytown to the South. This southern stretch is Laytown beach.
Facilities include car parking, amusements, shops and plenty of places to eat,
The world famous “Tara Brooch” dated 700AD was discovered in 1850 buried in a box on the beach in Bettystown and is now kept in the Royal Academy Collection of the National Museum, Dublin.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Bettystown Beach.
7-day Weather Forecast
Light rain throughout the week, with high temperatures rising to 11°C on Friday.Mostly cloudy throughout the day.Today's Forecast
1->452% 63% 6 mph
8:27 am 4:47 pmMostly cloudy throughout the day.Wednesday, Jan 23rd
2->521% 88% 5 mph
8:26 am 4:49 pmOvercast throughout the day.Thursday, Jan 24th
3->1173% 99% 6 mph
8:24 am 4:51 pmOvercast throughout the day.Friday, Jan 25th
6->1165% 95% 6 mph
8:23 am 4:53 pmPartly cloudy until afternoon.Saturday, Jan 26th
4->714% 41% 8 mph
8:21 am 4:55 pmMostly cloudy until evening.Sunday, Jan 27th
4->720% 68% 6 mph
8:20 am 4:57 pmMostly cloudy throughout the day.Monday, Jan 28th
2->738% 63% 4 mph
8:18 am 4:59 pmWindy until afternoon and foggy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.Tuesday, Jan 29th
2->564% 71% 5 mph
8:17 am 5:01 pm
Beach Bathing Water Quality
No water quality measurement available for Bettystown Beach.
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