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beach Tag

This photo shows our neighborhood in West Cork and in the middle of it the beach of Traligagh. Not the worst place for self-isolation and quarantine. ;-)...

This photograph was taken at Culdaff beach on the Inishowen Peninsula, Co. Donegal. Very early in the morning beaches always have a special flair. Overnight the tide washed away all traces of the previous day and the sand looks as if nobody had ever stepped...

This photo was taken last September at the White Strand on the Great Blasket Island. The passage to the island was pure fun on the day of my last visit due to the perfect weather. On stormy days, however, the Blaskets are cut off the...

This small beach is located at Minard on the Dingle Peninsula. The beach is situated between majestic cliffs on one side and the ruins of Minard Castle perched on top of a gentle hill on the opposite side. The Tower house was once blown up along with...

Very near the seaside resort of Portrush between Curran Strand and Duncloe Castle you will find the white limestone cliffs  - hence the name – Whiterocks Beach. Down through the centuries the sea has made its mark and eaten its way into the soft sediment...

This image shows Coumeenoole Beach on the Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland. In the background you can see the Blasket Islands. ...

St. Finian’s Bay or known locally as The Glen is one of my personal favourite places in Ireland. The beach is nestled in an idyllic landscape with scenic views of the mystical Skellig Islands. The beach is also very popular among surfers. ...

Lonely, little beaches like this are not uncommon in the very west of Ireland. This picture was taken west of Ballyconneely on a trip through one of the most pristine regions of Ireland, the Connemara....

Countless shipwrecks can be found around the Irish coast. For me, it's always fun to track such wrecks. When we visited the Fanad Peninsula in August we went to Donaghmore Strand. This large sandy beach is only accessible by foot and looked as if no one had been there...