Kilgorman Strand is a sandy beach in north east County Wexford, Ireland.
The beach may be a good filming location for scenes that need a fairly long and wide sandy beach. Small stones pepper the golden sand and may make it unsuitable for some activities but which also give the beach a pleasing visual texture. The access path to the beach cuts through an interesting hedge alley and the path is also bordered by a small stream. This stream cuts across the beach and gently empties into the sea. A second stream further north separates this location from Clone Beach.
The dunes to the rear of the beach are at risk of collapse and so coastal protection has been deployed on parts of the sand. A holiday park sits at the entrance to the area. A small wooded area surrounds the holiday park and the trees also shade the entrance to the beach itself.
Dimensions: Between 20m and 50m wide. Kilgorman Strand itself is around 1km long, but with Saleen Strand and Clone Beach included, the sand stretches for around 2.5km.
Parking: on the roadside, fits ~20 cars.
Nearest town: Gorey, 10km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Terence White
Kilgorman Strand, Kilgorman, Castletown, Co. Wexford, Ireland