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.
GPS: 52.355955, -6.437161
Situated to the east of Kilmore Quay.
GPS: 52.185983, -6.536985
A small beach that is situated close to Gorey and Courtown.
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.
GPS: 52.712367, -6.167491
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.
GPS Location: 52.216460, -6.720129
One of the most popular beaches in the county. A 7KM-long fine sand beach that is close 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 on the eastern coast of County Wexford; close to Ballwater, Cahore Point and Monamolin.
GPS: 52.516678, -6.235040
A blue flag beach in Rosslare Strand.
A steep and gravel/shingle beach that is popular amongst fishermen. Close to Lady’s Island Lake. This one is well-known for having large waves.
St. Helen’s Beach.
A small fine-sand beach that is situated beside St. Helen’s Village; close to Rosslare Harbour.