Lovers of confidential and wild beaches will be served: the Maghera Beach and Caves is a superb Irish beach in the village of Ardara. Located 8km from the village, it has the reputation of being a superb spot for swimming at high tide, and exploring caves at low tide!
The Maghera Beach is peculiar in that it is embedded against important rock formations, which have been carved out by water and erosion. This gives a sumptuous beach, punctuated by magnificent caves, which can be explored at low tide.
The spot is really great: it must be said that the beach has many assets, starting with its ultra fine white sand, its pure crystalline waters, and its surrounding landscapes 100% wild.
The area lends itself to swimming, lazing around, exploring its caves, or simply walking barefoot at low tide.
The beach is rather unknown to travelers, which allows you to enjoy a fabulous corner, without the fear of being invaded by thousands of tourists. After your visit to Ardara, don’t hesitate to put down your towel on this beach: the change of scenery is total, and the view of the sea is splendid.
A great spot to spend time with your family, picnic, build sand castles or simply get back in touch with nature!
Big plus: the beach is located about ten kilometers from the Glengesh Pass, another fabulous site in the area. A breathtaking wilderness spot!