Located close to the village of Culdaff (Cil Dabhcha) on the northeast coast of the Inishowen Peninsula, Culdaff Beach provides a sandy stretch for walking and water activities alongside rock coves for exploration.
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This idyllic beach is an accessible spot for swimming, fishing, surfing, and walking year-round, with lifeguards on duty in the summer months. Visitors can walk the eastern part of the main beach between Carratra and its central access points, explore the neighbouring rock coves, or visit the children's play area.
With its pristine sands and unique wildlife, the coastal habitats of Culdaff Beach have been designated a Special Area for Conservation (SAC).