Cahore Beach is a large beach with cliffs in north-east County Wexford.
The beach may be an ideal filming location for scenes need a large sandy beach or for scenes that need a beach with cliffs. The beach is wide and open. It has pretty and medium hardness sand. The beach is elevated by the nearby cliffs and a cliff walk. The cliffs start at the north end of the beach and continue up until Cahore village. The cliffs have a walking trail that is used regularly by locals and tourists.
The beach is part of the series of beaches that connects almost unbroken all the way down to Curracloe Beach, which is a 25km distance. It is popular with families and walkers.
Dimensions: The beach connects with Old Bawn Beach after a few hundred metres, but together the two beaches stretch straigh and unbroken for more than 4km. Cahore Beach is 60m wide at its widest. The cliffs are around 12 metres at their tallest. The cliffs become dunes further south.
Parking: ~60 cars.
Nearest village: Cahore, 1.5km away. The location is also connected to the village by the cliff walk.
Nearest town: Gorey, 18km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Terence White
Cahore Point, Gorey, Co. Wexford
George Colfer, Executive Engineer, Wexford Co Co