Scenic small town with a beautiful crescent shaped beach

Population of over 1000

60 minutes from Limerick

North facing beach

Unaffected by prevalent westerly winds

Plenty of parking

Adequate toilet facilities

Lifeguards on duty

3 x Power craft available

Temperate oceanic climate with mild temperatures, moist and changeable at times

September is the warmest time in Ireland for sea temperatures (16 C)

Blue flag beach

Sand available at high tide

Beach in the town

Restaurants and coffee shops


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