County Wexford Swimming beaches

The beach guide has 6 swimming beaches listed in County Wexford. Check here for all swimming beaches in the UK

  • Baginbun ©

    1. Baginbun Beach

    Lovely secluded and sheltered sandy beach on the eastern side of Wexford's Hook Peninsula.

    The beach here is protected from the prevailing winds by low cliffs behind. The water in the bay is usually calm making it suitable for…

  • Duncannon ©

    2. Duncannon Beach

    Duncannon is a mile-long golden, sandy beach facing south. It stretches from beneath the village of Duncannon out into the wide estuary carved by the River Barrow. Its sheltered location protects it from the strongest waves and makes it…

  • Rosslare Strand ©

    3. Rosslare Strand Beach

    Rosslare Strand Beach is located next to the village of the same name, at the southern end of Wexford Harbour. The beach here is composed of a mixture of sand and stones and is broken into sections by a number of wooden breakwaters that…

  • Curracloe ©

    4. Curracloe Beach

    A huge stretch of sandy beach reaching from Raven Point to Ballyconnigar near Blackwater. 

    Curracloe Strand has three separate access points along its length and the sections of the beach are named after these. From north…

  • Courtown ©

    5. Courtown Beach

    Courtown is part of a long, sandy stretch of the Wexford coastline on the east coast of Ireland. The northern end of the beach is popular for swimming and other water sports. It has lifeguard cover in the summer months. (An information…

  • Morriscastle ©

    6. Morriscastle Beach

    Also known as the "Golden Mile", Morriscastle beach is certainly that, and more. In fact the beach here is over twice that length and often claimed to be the longest beach in Ireland. Whether or not this is the case it is certainly big…