Maghera, Ardara, County Donegal, Ireland
This stunning beach is located on one of west Donegal’s most remote peninsulas. It’s wonderful because due to its remote location everything here & all its surroundings for miles are totally pristine! Not a single piece of litter, no shops, no busy roads & strangely enough barely any people either. With it’s sandy shore & sand dunes stretching as far as the eye can see you can understand why some folk call it ‘The Desert Beach’. The perfect area to let your worried mind roam free…
Maghera Strand is shielded from the elements under ‘Slievetooey Mountain’ on the left. Within the base of this mountain can be found over 10 sea caves. These caves travel deep within this mountain & can only be accessed during low tide. I couldn’t reach them on this visit but can’t wait to return to investigate them in low tide. Would you explore this beach along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way & it’s secret caves if given the chance?