The untouched golden sand covers the floor as far as your eyes can see. Soothing, a gentle sea breeze rustles through your hair. Majestic beaches are found on both sides of the peninsula, which separates Brandon Bay on the western side from Tralee Bay to the east. As the gentle waves lap against the shore, a shoal of crowded fish dart to and fro. Seagulls swoop down from the sky determined to catch there unsuspecting prey.The Brandon Bay beaches are open to the North Atlantic and receive long rolling swells, which provide excellent surf given suitable wind and tide conditions. The never- ending golden sand stretches out for 12 miles from Fermoyle to Fahamore making it one of the longest beaches in Ireland. Stradbally is good for swimming surfing, and fishing but currents can be strong and dangerous here,. Gowlane is popular for its wind and kite surfing. As these are 3 beaches together the distance is an average. A short drive of 10 minute and 7.4 km or a 20 minute cycle will get you energized for these beaches.
(Car parking is limited. Roads are narrow so caution is advised.)