Ballinesker Beach

by | 5 Jul 2019 | Wexford

March 2012

Ballinesker is really just an extension of the long stretch from Curracloe . That means miles of beach with dunes to the rear. Again, it’s quite open and you will be exposed when it’s windy.

There is a gradual wade in to the water and it’s sandy underfoot. If you are up to it you can have a very long swim alongside the beach. And if you have children with you there is any amount of space for them to run and play. Blue Flag beach.

Ballinesker has a good sized car park with toilets. There is a boardwalk which goes half way to the beach and then runs into soft sand, which makes it inaccessible for wheelchairs. Why?


From Wexford take the R741 road toward Gorey and Dublin. After a few kilometres turn right onto the R742 signposted for Curracloe and Courtown.. Drive through Curracloe and within a couple of kilometres you will come to a right turn signposted for the beach.

Ordnance Survey Map No: 77

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