Termonfeckin Beach

Termonfeckin Beach: Address, Termonfeckin Beach Reviews: 4.5/5

Termonfeckin Beach
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ianmontee
Banbridge, UK39 contributions
Amazing
Aug 2020 • Couples
Love this beach and have walked and ran on it many times. There is a great car park and you can walk for miles in either direction.
Written 1 September 2020
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Christina J
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A little bit of heaven in the wee county
Jul 2020 • Friends
I have an OS map for County Louth on my sitting room wall. Termonfeckin stands out as the most extensive beach in the wee county. A walk from Seapoint down to the Boyne estuary (at Baltray) and back is about 5km. It’s quite natural and unspoiled. I walk all year round, with my dog who would give it 10 stars (if she was allowed to post Tripadvisor reviews). I don’t really swim there, as I prefer the deeper water further up the coast. Lovely dunes filled with wildflowers. Perfect sand for sandcastle building. A river to dam. It’s never too crowded. What more could you want?
Written 4 August 2020
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ChitchatCanada
Canada502 contributions
Wonderful beach
Jun 2019 • Couples
We stumbled upon this beach by accident and it was very scenic and enjoyable. It stretches for miles and was a joy to stroll along, watch the surf and collect seashells.
Written 24 July 2019
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Sorcha
Belfast, UK110 contributions
Termonfeckin Beach
Nov 2018 • Couples
Lovely long beach going up to Clogherhead. I walked for a couple of hours easily. The beach is covered in shells, big and small, which was fascinating! There were also lots of seabirds, from turnstones to lesser black-backed gulls, oystercatchers, redshanks, the usual herring gulls, black headed gulls and so on. There is a salt marsh not that far way on the way down to Drogheda, so I am sure that brings them in.

As the water stays shallow for quite some way out form the shore, I should imagine in the summer that this would be a safe and popular place to come with a family. I was here in November and you definitely needed to wrap up warmly! No building sandcastles today!

There are absolutely NO amenities. No toilets, no ice-cream stands, nothing. Just you, the sea, the beach, and the weather! This keeps it quieter than the average, which is great as far as I am concerned.

If you like long walks along the shore, then this is perfect for you. I felt my spirit lifted and somewhat restored after a good walk here. There is a river that divides the beach from another long beach heading southwards - no doubt in the summer you could wade this easily, but I wasn't taking my boots off in the freezing November weather we had - but the northern part was more than adequate for a lengthy walk.

Recommended for bracing wind swept walks by the sea
Written 26 November 2018
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