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Making a trip or a diversion here is worth every effort just for the pleasure of parking in a surfers' car park and walking down a short sandy path to the breaking waves on a proper Irish beach. If you can manage a little climb...More
The weather was beautiful and the wild flowers in bloom along the paths. There was adequate parking for quite large crowds and the carpark is within metres of the steps down to the beach. The sand was clean and a nice golden colour and the...More
Just to say that Fanore camp site is a private camp site and is very welcoming to all customers just like any private business. Access to Fanore beech and indeed access to many beeches along the Co. Clare Coastline / Wild Atlantic Way is heavily...More
We went late afternoon and stayed about an hour and a half. Fairly busy beach, but well kept. It's a sandy beach, warm-ish waters when we were there, and all sorts of rocks to climb over and explore. Outside shower area to wash sand off...More
What a beautiful beach to spend a sunny day on. Golden sands, clear blue water ( if a touch cold) and fresh air. We built sand castles for hours and enjoyed the sunshine. You could even learn to surf there.
In our opinion an overrated place. The beach was full of algae and jellyfish, and the sand seemed muddy. It was not pleasant to walk on it. The only temptation was the temerature of water, in which we could wade for a while. When it...More