Tinnaberna beach

Tinnaberna beach is only 2km from Ballymac Village and is extremely popular with shore anglers and are regularly used for competitions. One of the reasons for these venues' popularity is their ability to produce specimen sized fish. Species encountered include bass, tope, smoothhound, bullhuss, rock salmon, spurdog, ray, flounder and dab. Night fishing produces the best results.

Morriscastle - The Golden Mile

Morriscastle Beach has had Blue Flag status since 2008 and it is claimed to be the longest beach in Ireland and is known locally as the ‘Golden Mile’. The area is important from a nature point of view with a Special Area of Conservation – Kilmuckridge / Tinaberna Sand hills to the South. The Wexford Coastal Pathway passes through Morriscastle on its 221km journey. The best access is via the R742 and Kilmuckridge Village. The beach can then be reached by a 150 metre walk from the car park onto the strand. The beach is a very popular for bathing with locals and visitors. On-road parking and a car park is available with 2 disabled spaces. Access to the beach is from the car park via a wooden sleeper walkway. Access for the disabled can be difficult due to wind blown sand on walkway which slopes slightly to sea. There is a local shop adjacent to the car park which also sells hot food.

Curracloe Beach (Ballinsker/White Gap/Culletons Gap)

Curracloe is long wide fine stretch of beach with 3 main entrances known locally as Ballinsker/White Gap/Culletons Gap running north to south, White Gap being the largest. Culletons Gap is bordered by the Raven Nature Reserve and forestry.