Skerries North and Skerries South Beach
Skerries North Strand is a covelike beach 1.2 km in length, adjoining the beautiful harbour area and Red Island Coastal Walkway. On a clear day the North Antrim coast can be seen quite clearly from the beach with a fantastic view of the Mountains of Mourne.
Skerries South Strand is a long sandy beach approximately 2.5km in length. There are a number of pedestrian accesses to the beach.
There are three islands situated off the coast and the Rockabill lighthouse, which was automated just recently, is approximately 16km offshore.There is also a beautiful esplanade & coastal walkway adjacent to the beach which ends at Red Island.
How to Get There:
Iarnróid Eireann, Inter City Service facilitates the local village of Skerries; the North Beach is approximately a 10-minute walk from the train station.
Skerries town is also served by the No.33 bus service from Dublin City Centre and the North Beach is only a 2-minute walk from the bus stop.