Dollar Bay Beach

Dollar Bay Beach


Dollar Bay Beach


Dollar Bay Beach is a beautiful secluded beach on the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford.

The area may be an ideal filming location for filmmakers who need a pretty beach in a rugged area. The small beach has golden sand and calm, light blue waters. But the beach is surrounded by rugged, grass covered cliffs and the land around the cliffs mostly comprises of pasture and farmland. The view across the bay is also of rugged hills. All this together gives the lovely beach a lonely and isolated feeling.

The beach’s unusual name comes from a local legend that a large pirate treasure is buried somewhere in the sand. For filmmakers that may need a larger but similarly secluded beach, Booley Bay Beach can be found just 300 metres away.

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Beach dimensions: ~100m long, 20m wide.

Cliff height: 10m-15m.

Very close to Booley Bay Beach.

Parking: Fits 5-10 cars, 40m from beach.

Nearest town: New Ross, 26km away.

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Photographer: Alan Boland


Dollar Bay Beach, Lewistown, Fethard-On-Sea, Co. Wexford, Ireland


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