Marble Hill Beach, Donegal

  • Author:ActiveME
  • Created: August 28, 2012
  • Updated: March 12, 2018
Location: Donegal
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Marble Hill Beach is located in a beautiful sheltered area near the Breaghy headland on the north-northwest coast of Donegal, Ireland. This beautiful, sandy and extensive Blue Flag beach is located in the rural Sheephaven Bay. The surrounding dunes and other environments are also great for wildlife, flowers and bird watching. It is one of the last areas in Ireland where you may hear the Corncrake calling. The beach is one of two blue flag beaches in the Dunfanaghy area, Killahoey beach being the other. Marble Hill is suitable for swimming, sailing, boating, water skiing, kite surfing, kayaking, canoeing and wind surfing.

Marble Hill can be reached by taking the N56 north east from Cloghaneely towards the town of Portnablaghy. After Portnablaghy, take any one of three left turns to arrive at the beach.

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1. Marble Hill Beach, Donegal

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Marble Hill Beach is located in a beautiful sheltered area near the Breaghy headland on the north-northwest coast of Donegal, Ireland. This beautiful, sandy and extensive Blue Flag beach is located in the rural Sheephaven Bay. The surrounding dunes and other environments are also great for wildlife, flowers and bird watching. It is one of the last areas in Ireland where you may hear the Corncrake calling. The beach is one of two blue flag beaches in the Dunfanaghy area, Killahoey beach being the other. Marble Hill is suitable for swimming, sailing, boating, water skiing, kite surfing, kayaking, canoeing and wind surfing.

Marble Hill can be reached by taking the N56 north east from Cloghaneely towards the town of Portnablaghy. After Portnablaghy, take any one of three left turns to arrive at the beach.

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