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Review of Narin Beach

Narin Beach
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Clean beach, if you like walking it takes about one hour to walk from one end of the beach to the other.

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Reviewed July 10, 2013

Beautiful clean Narin beach with good toilet facilities and an excellent café/restaurant shop. Spent a great afternoon soaking up the sunshine.

Thank Iain S
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Reviewed June 26, 2013

We have been to many exceptional beaches around the world but none beat narin. It's spectacular.

Also, try to visit the island just off the beach at low tide. There is a really interesting old church and graveyard that are pre famine. The gravestones are flat to the ground and note the misspellings in some cases where the stone carver has gone back afterwards to try and correct. Really interesting but be very careful not to get stranded as the tide cuts the island of very quickly when it turns. Seek out a local person to advise on when to go.

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Reviewed April 1, 2013

Always look forward to the long but breath-taking walk along narin beach. Take care to wrap up warm even on the sunniest of days as in donegal weather is changeable and we have been caught in some torrential downpours over the course of a few years...we now keep wellies in teh boot of the car and bring rain macs. Last weekend; the mountains were seen in the distance topped by snow when the sky was blue but the wind was biting and cutting right through us.

Boyle's cafe at the beach does a mean breakfast too and you will have earned it if you go the full distance and back. At the end of the beach; there are plenty of rocks and a well worn path along the coast to other more secluded beaches and coves for the more adventurous.

Thank ConnR
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

There is nowhere like Narin beach. Wrap up well for a gorgeous long brisk walk on this blue flag beach. There are lifeguards on duty during the summer months and lessons for two weeks during the summer. It has free parking and a cafe nearby. Portnoo pier is within driving distance for those who like jumping in from a pier. Narin has dunes, an island you can walk out to at low tide and a golf course nearby. Enjoy!

1  Thank Donegalabu
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