Beach hopping in Ireland
May 10, 2011
Every beach in Ireland is an experience.
Any beach in Ireland is accessible with minimum hassle. Ireland is not a big country, and being an island, it is very easy to reach the coastline, wherever in the country you may be. Like the title says, every beach in Ireland is an experience. Ireland has some of the largest concentration of blue flag beaches – a blue flag beach is a beach in Ireland which meets an incredibly high standard for cleanliness, preservation and outstanding natural beauty. The beaches in Ireland are incredibly beautiful and are havens for both wildlife and tourists alike, however there are many other things to do from the coastline of Ireland.
Surfing in Ireland
Surfing in Ireland has become incredibly popular, as Ireland takes the world stage as a premier surfing destination. Leading pioneers of this incredible sport tell stories about what it’s like to surf in Ireland. Rossbeigh is an example of a beautiful beach in Ireland which doubles as an excellent surf spot. The coast of Ireland extends for over 1445 kilometres and every inch of it is spectacular.
The coast of Ireland is an excellent way to see the country as many major cities are situated near the coastline. Coastal drives in Ireland are an excellent way to see all Ireland has to offer, and take in the beautiful scenery.
Cliffs of Moher
Also on the coast is the Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s top Visitor attractions and are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometers over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. They are truly a sight to behold and a must-see for every visitor to the island of Irelan.
Roadie – budget campervan hire
If beach hopping is your thing, we recommend the Roadie – budget campervan hire Ireland. The Roadie campervan is unique to our fleet and due to it’s compact size it is perfect for Ireland’s windy roads that lead to Ireland’s best beaches!
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