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Clogherhead beach is located in the small fishing village of Clogherhead and has received the Blue Flag award for 2013. This busy fishing village wraps itself around the western foot of the dominant head of Clogher.
Barnageera Beach can be found half way between Skerries and Balbriggan in County Dublin. It is a great place for a casual and scenic walk.
Courtown Beach is located approximately 6km south east of Gorey, County Wexford. It is made up of fine sand and has extensive coastal protection works all along the boundary between the dunes/woodland and the beach itself.
Bunmahon Beach is a 2.5km stretch of sandy beach located on the south east coast of Ireland in Bunmahon, County Waterford. It is backed by sand dunes and is popular with surfers and for canoeing and kayaking.
Killiney Beach is a stony beach located in Killiney, County Dublin. It has been awarded the Blue Flag for 2013 and is a sheltered and suitable for bathing and swimming.
Accessible by ferry, Inishbofin is a vibrant island with a range of accommodation and dining options and a variety of walking and cycling trails.
Mountshannon Beach is a small lakeside bathing area located at Lough Derg in Mountshannon, County Clare.
Tramore Beach is located in Tramore County Waterford. It comprises 3 miles of sandy beach with sand dunes and cliff walks and has received the International Blue Flag award for 2013.
Warrenpoint Beach is located alongside the Mourne Mountains on the shores of Carlingford Lough, ...
Oysterhaven Beach is located in Oysterhaven, County Cork. It is a sheltered beach and has received the National Green Coast Flag Award.
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