Ballyteigue Slob is a mudflat near Ballyteigue Burrow in south County Wexford.
The tidal mudflat may be an ideal filming location where a desolate and wild coastal area is needed. The area is very rural and mostly free of signs of human habitation. The south end of the mudflat is bordered by Ballyteigue Burrow, which is a wildlife special area of conservation. This series of dunes gives the mudflats a wild and rugged background.
The mudflat is formed at the estuary of the River Muck. The area is popular with hikers and other sight seers. Windturbines in the Richfield Wind Farm are visible to the east.
Parking: Two car parks at opposite ends of the mudflats. Both fit around 1-5 cars.
Nearest village: Duncormick, 3km away.
Nearest town: Wexford, 22km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Lacken, Duncormick, Co. Wexford
George Colfer, Executive Engineer, Wexford Co. Council