Welcome to our Beaches
Wexford is blessed with long, clean and safe beaches that few counties in Ireland can rival, combine this with Ireland's best weather and you have a great combination. Just about the entire coast of Wexford is a series of long sandy beaches. Relative to the west coast of Ireland the waters around the Wexford coast are generally calm and safe for swimmers, while it is possible to surf off Courtown pier and on beaches such as Carnivan near Fethard on the Hook Peninsula for those of a more adventurous nature. View Wexford's main beaches by clicking on GeoWex below
Blue Flag, Green Coast Awards
Wexford has 6 Blue flag beaches - Courtown, Morriscastle, Rosslare, Ballinesker, Curracloe and the recently awarded Ballymoney North Beach. Ballymoney, Cahore, Old Bawn, Culleton's Gap, St. Helen's Bay, Ballyhealy, Booley Bay and Grange are Green Coast Award beaches while Duncannon is a designated bathing area.
Further Details on Beaches
Some of the main beaches are listed to the right giving details on access and disabled toilet facilities and within the geoWex application - however there are many other fanatasic beaches in Wexford not listed such as Carnivan and Poulshone.
For information on Bathing Water Quality please visit www.splash.epa.ie