A Google map showing the locations of some of the best beaches in County Wexford, Ireland. GPS co-ordinates have been included for those of you that use a SatNav (be sure to check out the list below the map).
A small and stony beach that offers a great view of Wexford Harbour. Situated in Ardcavan, which is close to Wexford Town. Accessible via the road that leads to the Wexford Wildlife Reserve.
Situated in the west of County Wexford; on the road that runs between Duncannon and Hook Head.
A popular holiday destination. Situated on the east of the county; close to Ballygarrett and Kilmichael. Winner of a Green Coast Award.
A popular beach that is situated close to Our Lady's Island; on the south eastern coast of County Wexford.
Situated in the north-east of the county, close to County Wicklow.
A popular Blue Flag beach that is situated in the north-east of the county; beside the village of Courtown Harbour.
Situated in the south of County Wexford; close to Duncormick, Carrick and Wellingtonbridge.
A 7KM-long fine sand beach that is situated next to a nature reserve and forest. Holder of a Blue Flag certification.
Situated in the west of County Wexford; close to Duncannon Fort, which was built in 1588. Considered to be safe for bathing.
A popular blue flag beach that is situated on the eastern coast of County Wexford; close to Ballwater, Cahore Point and Monamolin.
A steep and gravel/shingle beach that is popular amongst fishermen. Close to Lady's Island Lake.