Keadue, Kincasslagh, Donegal, Ireland
This little piece of “Irish Paradise” is simply stunning! It actually doesn’t have any name (that i’m currently aware of) so im refering to it as “Keadue Cove” only for this post. It’s difficult to find this tiny beach, as it’s actually hidden away between the main Keadue & Arland Beaches. Located on the far side of some massive sand dunes just overlooking Cruit Island. So Peaceful and undisturbed with it’s amazing turquoise waters and unmarked sands, this has to be one of Ireland’s most pristine “mini beaches”
I’m unsure if beach is even the relevant term for this extremely short stretch of strand at only 50ft in length! Through many years searching along The Wild Atlantic Way I’ve come to realise, that it’s totally scattered with hundreds of these “mini Beaches” & “Secret coves” that barely anyone ever sets foot on!
These little obscure gems give most of Ireland’s major beaches & attractions “A good run for their money” the only the tricky part for you now is finding them all Enjoy