Achill is the largest of the Irish islands, it lies to the Northwest of the Corraun Peninsula to which it’s connected by a small bridge and reminiscent of the hornet, it too flies without regard to its limitations.
Keel Beach is located adjacent to the village of Keel on Achill Island, Co. Mayo. Keel Beach is a sandy horseshoe shaped beach facing south. It’s Designated Bathing Area (DBA) extends approximately 3km in length from under the Minaun Cliffs to the east, to a rocky spit next to Keel village and is approximately 1.5km2 in area.
Keem Bay is a perfect horseshoe bay at the head of a valley between the cliffs of Benmore to the west and Croaghaun mountain on the east. At the southern end of the valley, the beach is sheltered to the west by Moyteoge Head, while at the northwestern end of the valley the cliffs of Benmore connect with the spectacular mile long promontory of Achill Head.
Enjoy your journey at Killadoon. A beautiful beach to enjoy with a panoramic view over Inishturk and Clare Island.
Killala Bay is formed out of the estuary of the River Moy and straddles counties Mayo and Sligo, forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way route. It has long been a place for famously good salmon fishing, a fact that became internationally known in part due to the second home of the Republic of Ireland’s football team manager, Jack Charlton.
A beautiful beach in Killala Bay.
Enjoy Cross Beach with your family!
For an easy stroll, while observing life in a rock pool, the beach at Old Head provides a lot of
interest and has a satisfying cliff walk and the best woodland habitat around, with excellent
Ideal place for children in summer. Come to experience Silver Strand.
The fjord is almost a peninsula in reverse, the sea claiming its right to be habitable as it moves forward into the unknown. From the sea, the land perches on the horizon.
A Green Coast Award beach to enjoy. Experience it!