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Greystones Blue Flag Beach

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Louise wrote a review Aug 2020
Greystones, Ireland62 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a wonderful amenity to have within a few minutes walk from my home but I am a Kerry woman living in close proximity to sandy beaches without steep shelving in my home town. I love this place because I have seen the most beautiful sunrises but I am not a confident swimmer and I don't like the steep shelving. One gets out of one's depth very quickly and while there are lifeguards here I still don't feel safe. That's why I am hoping they will put lifeguards at the Cove next year; less shelving, more safe and gradual sloping into the deep! You cod do the glorious and less travelled walk to Wicklow/Newcastle/Kicoole, parallel to the railway line in quiet terrain without being isolated and where you can observe the Little Terns and the quiet seasons of nature far from motorways and traffic.. just an odd train here and there... They toot if you wave madly like the railway children! This is wonderful and I love it. Thank you Greystones, Kilcoole, Newcastle, Blackditch and, finally, Wicklow. Great way to leave it all behind. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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markbenz wrote a review Jul 2019
Dublin, Ireland63 contributions34 helpful votes
Super beach and easy access from nearby carpark under the railway line. Some of our party were infirm or unsteady on their feet. Wheel chairs did not have to be pushed too far but watch access to the sea, it's quite steep and you need to be fit to climb up the silty bank to get out of the waves. The wind can be chilly as the sun goes down. Well worth a visit, safe for kids but bring a wind breaker or screen.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Sally B wrote a review Jun 2019
Bridgnorth, United Kingdom58 contributions35 helpful votes
We stayed nearby for a week and visited the beach on several occasions. Swimming here is safe and clean. There are two beaches at Greystones, one sandy and one shingly. Both are clean and a joy to visit for a walk, a paddle, or a swim.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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seattlepat2015 wrote a review Jun 2019
Seattle, Washington228 contributions52 helpful votes
Easy walk from DART train station and the rest of town. Just a lovely beach. Mostly unspoiled by any development. Go there and you'll see why they call this place "Greystones".
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Derek P wrote a review May 2019
3 contributions5 helpful votes
Nice pleasant beach an even better in warm weather. No real facilities close by, but coffee shops in walking distance. Good views and great for kids
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Date of experience: May 2019
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