Culdaff Beach

Culdaff Beach: Address, Culdaff Beach Reviews: 5/5

Culdaff Beach
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Emily O
Mullingar, Ireland1,143 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
My husband, toddler, baby and I checked out this blue flag beach which has lovely golden sand but it's very soft so difficult to walk on and nigh impossible to push a buggy with baby on (hence the 4 out of 5). It has a lifeguard present even when there is a red flag warning for people not to swim & lifebuoy at various points along the beach. Despite it being difficult to walk on, there were plenty of dog walkers. I spotted a guy using a metal detector here. It is very clean but the occasional cigarette butt & plastic particle was noted sadly though. It has a lovely playground with sandy floor which was a big hit with the toddler. It has picnic benches which can be used. It has a decent sized carpark. Best for families and sunbathing once the sun obliges.
Written August 5, 2021
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Gareth H
On the high seas82 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
Culdaff beach is a great stop and is one of the safer beaches along the coast. It has a sandy beach to the left and along to the right are sandy areas sheltered by the rocks. It was light surf while we were there and the kids enjoyed some bodyboarding between the flags on the life guarded part.

Very clean and one of my favourite beaches for the kids in Donegal. No hire facilities here for beach equipment but there’s usually an ice cream or coffee van there in summer.
Written August 12, 2018
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C_and_H_11
Dublin, Ireland689 contributions
Sep 2020
The lovely golden sands of Culdaff beach is typical of the many stunning beaches on the majestic coastline of Co. Donegal. This beach is located just a few minutes drive from the quiet village of Culdaff on the Inishowen peninsula. It's pristinely clean, surrounded by unspoilt countryside & on the shores of the wild Atlantic, what more could we ask for!
Written October 3, 2020
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eil0w
Glasgow, UK25 contributions
Sep 2016 • Family
Fabulous beach for walking, swimming, surfing or climbing sand dunes. Large strand with a few coves beside it, great for kids of all ages.
Written April 22, 2017
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goanjock
The Stunning Highlands43,139 contributions
Sep 2015 • Friends
Beautiful beach in the lovely fishing village of Culdaff with lovely clean sand and is perfect for walks along the shoreline as well as spending time on the beach with friends and family. It is also a fabulous spot to watch the sunrise in fact i can think of only two words to sum up the beach area.......Simply Stunning :-))
Written October 15, 2015
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RICHARDJ21
Donegal Town, Ireland20 contributions
Jun 2019
Overlooking the most sheltered fishing harbour of Bunagee pier lies Culdaff sandy beach.It divides into 3 sections by jagged rocks and has parking facility and a play area for children. The area is well worth a visit and is ideal for nature walks.The scenery is majestic and panoramic .It makes an ideal location for photography.Swimmers should exercise extreme care as there are currents.Life guards are on duty during the summer months.Culdaff is a charming unspoilt village .Makes an ideal holiday location to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and chill out to explore Inishowen .One of Irelands hidden Treasures.The hospitality of Inishowen people is second to none.Try it and enjoy.
Written August 7, 2019
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Maggiedootdoot
13 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
What a great day. Absolutely beautiful beach. So clean. Paddling along the waters edge , beautiful weather, felt like I was miles away. A great escape and definite must see. Going back with the kids!!
Written May 25, 2017
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florenceCheshire
Liverpool, UK695 contributions
May 2017
Such a clean beach, breathtakingly beautiful we even got to see the dolphins. Such raw outstanding beauty. We loved are time we spent relaxing on the sand hardly anybody there. Next visit to Ireland we will be there.
Written May 22, 2017
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Flymo2014
Newtownabbey, UK23 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
My husband and I and our three dogs have spent many holidays in this part of Donegal. Culdaff Beach is a must visit venue every time we are there. The beach is long and wide when the tide is out with beautiful soft golden sand. Surrounded by sand dunes it provides access to a fresh water lagoon as you round the beach heading away from the car park area. Culdaff itself is a small village with a few shops and amenities but it is also is the location of the wonderful McGrorys which is an excellent location for a drink, something to eat and entertainment in the Front and Back Room. I strongly recommend that you enjoy what Culdaff has to offer and a visit to the lovely beach is an absolute must.
Written October 16, 2015
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SusieA1705
Chesterfield21 contributions
Oct 2019
Stunning and peaceful, you could stay on this beach for hours. This beach would be the perfect beach for a barbecue!
Written November 27, 2019
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