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We stopped and spent a few minutes at this little beach. It is pretty enough with its silvery sand and breathtaking surroundings. There were several people swimming even though it wasn’t hot out. Worth a few minutes if you are passing by.
This is a gorgeous beach, with lovely views over towards Connemara. There are toilets marked on the map, however these were locked when I was there. Luckily there are cafes at the visitor centre at Dun Aonghasa just a few minutes away by bike!
Our mini-van tour of the island included a short stop at Kilmurvey Beach.
It is a very clean, picturesque beach of white sand overlooking the towards Galway and Connemarra to the north. Said to be the home of a seal colony, none were evident at...More
Very nice "blue flag" beach. Ireland's highest standard. Located at a cross roads where there are many historical sites to see. It was our starting point for a couple good hikes to the big fort and the worm hole.
GUYS. Do not miss this. If you are visiting Dun Aengus, just walk across the road you entered through the "village" of Kilmurvey, and you will see the blue flag down to the right indicating this beach is safe for swimming. Take some time to...More