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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.
Guillamene/Newtown are side by side and have both received the National Green Coasts Award for 2014. This area is popular with strong swimmers and has a car park and toilets.
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.
Old Bawn is a Green Coast awarded beach which is sheltered by sand dunes and has a wide range of wildlife. Visitors can walk along this beach to the adjoining beach of Morriscastle.
Cohore Beach is located just beside Cohere, County Wexford and is a pebbled beach which has a pier at one end. It is popular for water sports and is ideal for families.
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.
Ballymoney South Beach is located in Ballymoney, County Wexford and is a small, quiet beach in comparison to the North Beach and Clones Strand.
Ballymoney North Beach is located in Ballymoney, County Wexford. It is a very popular beach with locals and visitors alike.
Redbarn Beach is located in Youghal, County Cork. It is a 5km long stretch of sandy coastline which runs towards the south west from Youghal town.
Dunmoran Green Coast Award beach near Easkey in County Sligo.
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