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.
Blue Flag beaches in Wexford, 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 Wexford beaches holding the Blue Flag award.
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 [...]
Morriscastle Beach has fine sand and is reletively shallow. The beach is part of what is thought to be Irelands longest beach stretch at approx. 20 km stretching from Curracloe Read more [...]
Ballinesker beach is a sandy beach on a continuous stretch of sand. The beach is backed by sand dunes and some grass areas.
Courtown beach has fine sand. As you travel northwards away from the harbour the beach is backed by dunes and woodland.
Curracloe beach is a large stretch of sandy beach part of which designated as an area of scientific interest Curracloe was used for the filming of the D-Day sequence in Read more [...]