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All over Ireland storm beaches are found where the unique location at the confluence of tides deposit similar size and weight of stones and boulders. "The Dorlins" as this pretty beach out by Loughros point is known has a sweep of rounded small boulders about...More
Near the end of Loughros point road is a small ramp to a beach with many very round white stones.. the Dorlins.
It is a small windswept bay with striking rocks, water pools at low tide, and apart from the odd visitor or dog water...More
I've always known this as "the stony beach" (it's forbidden to lift the many round stones that sit on the dunes of this small beach but they make the beach unique). Great family beach for letting the kids have a play and the dogs have...More
I never knew the name of this beach until today when I saw the reviews on TA. this is a favorite beach for our family and our dogs. As the other reviewers have said, its great for exploring, finding interesting stones and my sister and...More
Been visiting this little beach for 30+ years. It's now a favourite for my grandchildren. With rocks to climb, and the famed round stones to play with, safe swimming and a lovely outlook, an afternoon spent here is like being in a Famous five novel!...More