Around the rocks from Courtown’s South Beach is the long sandy beach of Ardamine. At the curve in the beach, built up sand has created a shallow, stone less sandbank, where the waves break early before reaching the beach – its a great spot for the kids. A place well worth a visit
Ballinesker is very popular for bird-watching as it is part of the nature protection area of the Wexford Slobs and Harbour. There is also a plentiful supply of sea-shells on the fine sandy beach, for example common mussel, horse mussel, razor-shells, trough shells and native oyster. The film ‘Saving Private Ryan’ was filmed on Ballinesker…
Duncannon Beach is a golden mile of sand with lifeguard(s) on hand to help ensure a safe and happy visit. Duncannon also hold an annual Sand Sculpting Festival during the Summer.
Curracloe Beach is a regular holder of the Blue Flag Beach status. The dunes are currently the subject of an active conservation policy by Wexford County Council ensuring that this marvellous amenity and the plant and wildlife it contains, will be preserved for future generations. A nature trail runs through the dunes and continues for…
Known as The Golden Mile this beautiful is a beautiful sheltered beach which is great for children and also has lovely sand dunes.
Courtown and the surrounding area is blessed with fabulous long sandy beaches stretching from Kilpatrick beach which is north of Courtown and should you drive down the coast road from Courtown to Wexford you will come across a plethora of beaches for you to chose from.
This little fishing village has a golden sanded beach nestled by the Quay.
Beautiful quiet beach next to the Harbour. You can relax on the beach and watch the windmill they are a wonderful sight!
A sandy cove