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Keem Beach is a rural and sheltered beach surrounded by cliffs on Ireland's largest island - Achill Island. It can be found at the head of a valley between the cliffs of Benmore to the west and Croaghaun Mountain on the east on Achill Island.
Probably the most accessible of all the Gaeltacht Islands, Arainn Mor has a resident population of approximately 600.
Trá gCaorach Inis Oirr, has been awarded Green Beach award for 2014.
Paddle in the surf along the mile-long beach, a long-time favourite for families to take a dip ...
For over 6000 years Inishbofin Island, 11km of the Galway coast, has been favoured by fishermen, farmers, exiled monks and fugitive pirates; and more recently is home to some of the best traditional Irish music and craic you are likely to find.
Goats Island Beach is located roughly 5km west of Ardmore in County Waterford. The inlet where the beach is located faces south and is sheltered to the west side by the island.
The Shannon 'Pot' is the source of the majestic River Shannon - the longest River in Ireland travelling 280K from its source in Cavan to the Shannon Estuary in Limerick.
Cadogan's Strand is located close to Schull Town in County Cork. It is a sheltered and safe location for most recreational activities.
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.
Mitchelstown Cave, located midway between Cahir and Mitchelstown in county Tipperary, is one of the most spectacular caves in Europe. The cave's unusual formations, shapes, colour and history make for an enthralling visit.
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