Ballytrent beach is a secluded crescent-shaped beach in south east County Wexford, Ireland.
The beach may be a useful filming location for scenes that need a secluded beach or for beach scenes set near a large country manor. The beach is sandy, has a pleasant curving shape, and has decent sized grassy dunes that give it a visual identity. The beach faces east and may be a good spot to film sunrise scenes.
Located just 500m from the beach is Ballytrent House. The house has a private lane that connects directly to the beach. The main door of the house faces this lane and therefore the beach itself. The Tuskar Rock Lighthouse can be seen off the coast on a clear day.
Parking: A beach car park fits around 8 cars.
Nearest village: Rosslare Harbour Village, 5km away.
Nearest town: Wexford, 20km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Ballytrent Beach, Ballytrent, Co. Wexford, Ireland