If you are looking for a secluded and scenic spot to enjoy the beauty of the Atlantic coast, you might want to visit Doonloughan Beach in the Connemara region of Galway. This beach is a deep inlet that offers a wide and sandy shore, surrounded by grassy dunes and rocky outcrops. The water is clear and safe to swim in, but can be wavy at times. The beach is also ideal for children, as there are shallow areas and pools to explore when the tide is low. Doonloughan Beach is located near the village of Ballyconneely, a short distance from Clifden. To get there, you need to drive or cycle. You can park your car on the grass or drive closer to the beach if you prefer. There are no facilities at Doonloughan Beach, so you need to bring your own food, water, and other essentials. There is also no lifeguard service, so you need to be careful and responsible when swimming or playing in the water. The beach is not wheelchair accessible, but it is possible to use a buggy if you have one. The beach is usually quiet and peaceful, even in the summer months, so you can enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of this hidden gem in Connemara. Doonloughan Beach is also a popular beach among surfers as it’s exposed nature often leads to suitable waves for surfing. So whether you are looking for a beach with beautiful views, for sunbathing, swimming or surfing, you won’t be dissapointed at Doonloughan Beach.
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