Beaches in North Wexford

NORTH WEXFORD BEACHES

Wexford is well-known for its sun – and miles of sandy beaches!
In North Wexford, we’ve got everything – Blue Flag beaches, family-friendly beaches, place to walk with just the sound of the sea as company, cliff walks, Green Coast Award beaches.
Along the way, you will marvel at the seals and sea life, the unspoilt headlands, the calm corners tucked away along our coastline.
As part of Ireland’s Ancient East and Celtic Routes, we’re proud to introduce our fabulous beaches.
Leave only your footprints as you explore, enjoy, and embrace life the North Wexford way!

Courtown

Courtown has fond memories for so many visitors to Wexford over the years. With plenty of fun and amusements, this is a great day out for young and old for building sandcastles during the summer months. 

Ballymoney

Ballymoney has been a firm favourite for generations of visitors to North Wexford.
As you drive in from the Sea Road, you’ll arrive at the south beach just next to the car park.

Ballymoney

Ballymoney has been a firm favourite for generations of visitors to North Wexford.
As you drive in from the Sea Road, you’ll arrive at the south beach just next to the car park.

Clones/Castletown Beach

A favourite with anglers, Clones beach is just a hop and a skip from the village of Castletown. A two-mile stretch of sand and shingle, it’s got Kilmichael Point to the north and Ballymoney to the south.

Kilpatrick Beach

A favourite with anglers, Clones beach is just a hop and a skip from the village of Castletown. A two-mile stretch of sand and shingle, it’s got Kilmichael Point to the north and Ballymoney to the south.

Kilpatrick Beach

A favourite with anglers, Clones beach is just a hop and a skip from the village of Castletown. A two-mile stretch of sand and shingle, it’s got Kilmichael Point to the north and Ballymoney to the south.

Kilmichael Point

When you arrive at Kilmichael Point, the first thing you’ll see is the impressive old Coastguard building on the right-hand side.

Roney Point

Just 3km south of Courtown, Roney Point is a sheltered short beach, ideal for a quiet getaway from the bustling crowds.

Roney Point

Just 3km south of Courtown, Roney Point is a sheltered short beach, ideal for a quiet getaway from the bustling crowds.

Cahore South

The sandy beach of Cahore South has everything you would want from a day at the beach, a cliff walk from the pier in Cahore leads you to the golden sands of Cahore South.

Old Bawn

A gem of a beach, Old Bawn stretches from Cahore Point and eventually merges with Morriscastle Strand. You know what that means: miles of sandy beach, ideal for families and those who love walking by the sea.

Old Bawn

A gem of a beach, Old Bawn stretches from Cahore Point and eventually merges with Morriscastle Strand. You know what that means: miles of sandy beach, ideal for families and those who love walking by the sea.

Morriscastle

Morriscastle is a dream beach, with miles of natural sand dunes and soft sand. It’s an ideal beach for family swims or a romantic walk in the evenings.

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