County Louth Swimming beaches

The beach guide has 5 swimming beaches listed in County Louth. Check here for all swimming beaches in the UK

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    1. Seapoint Beach

    Seapoint is a long, secluded, mostly sandy beach with some rocks. Running between Termonfeckin and Baltray, its length and width make it a popular spot for walkers who come here to enjoy the sea air in a quiet setting. The main attraction…

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    2. Clogherhead Beach

    The fishing village of Clogherhead is just close enough to Dublin to make it worth a day trip, but far enough to keep the crowds down. Clogherhead beach is a relatively sheltered sandy stretch which is backed by mature dunes. These are…

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    3. Port Beach

    Located just a few miles to the north of the fishing village of Clogherhead is a relatively remote expanse of sand known as Port beach. The beach here stretches for over a mile, although it feels even bigger with panoramic views to…

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    4. Shellinghill Beach

    Set on part of Louth's most popular, yet unspoilt, stretch of coastline Templeton is named after the medieval crusaders, the Knights Templar. The sand and shingle south facing beach is sheltered from the wind and waves by low rocky headlands…

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    5. Templetown Beach

    Set in a curving bay towards the end of the Cooley Peninsula, Templetown Beach lies just a few kilometres south of the mouth of Carlingford Lough.

    This long, largely sandy stretch of rural beach is fairly sheltered. Combined with…