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Culdaff Beach is located close to the village of Culdaff (Cil Dabhcha), on the north east coast of the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal. Culdaff beach consists of a sandy beach with two rock outcrops at the south-east of the beach.
Lisfannon beach is accessible via the R238, through relatively flat landscape with clear continual views to Lough Swilly. The beach is set beneath low dunes which dominate the carpark. The beach is accessed by foot through the dunes.
Stroove Beach is located close to the village of Greencastle. A great beach for a family picnic or a brisk walk on the Inishowen Head Walk.
Magherawarden- Portsalon Beach is a very extensive sandy beach shelving gently towards the Atlantic Ocean.
Killahoey Beach (Tra na Cille) is located close to the town of Dunfanaghy.
Naran Beach is located approximately 2km from the village of Portnoo, County Donegal. With almost 2km of fine, white sand and safe water it is the ideal place for bathing or walking.
Fintra Beach is located approximately 1.5kms from the town of Killybegs, County Donegal. It is popular with local residents and also attracts a large number of day trippers.
Morriscastle Beach stretches for five unbroken miles, from Curracloe to Cahore Point in County Wexford. This lovely sheltered Blue Flag beach is one of the longest in Europe and is know as the Golden Mile.
Clonea Strand in one of Waterford's EU Blue Flag beaches of 2013 and is situated in Dungarvan, County Waterford. This lovely crescent of golden sand is set snugly into the coastline and has beautiful views and scenic walks.
Paddle in the surf along the mile long beach, a long time favourite for families.
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