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Après beach: Go straight to the picturesque fishing village of Howth to pick up catch of the day fresh off the boats at Dorans on the Pier. Barleycove, Co Cork Childhood memories are made of long summer days on beaches like Barleycove and when the sun shines this stunner rivals any Caribbean beach for turquoise waters and golden sands.A floating bridge from the car park to the beach leapfrogs the delicate dune's eco-system and is a thrill for kids.The gold, says one theory, comes from iron oxide coating the minuscule shell fragments that make up the beach - it's all about geology in this part of the world - and get a fresh perspective on the unique landscape. And then there's that view of the Mourne Mountains in the distance. Wicklow Scene of many a Dubliner's golden summer memories, Brittas Bay is a 5km stretch of silvery beach backed by grassy dunes. Even in a heatwave, you'll still find plenty of towel room and the rollers are gentle and kid-friendly.Après beach: Visit Craggy Island and Father Ted's house - in real life it's a farm serving a fine brew. Après beach Visit Inch Abbey, an 8th-century ruin, perfect for picnics. Within a beach ball's throw of each other are two much-loved Dublin waterholes, Sandycove Beach and the Forty Foot.Après beach: Rent kayaks at Gurteen beach by the car park.Cling to the side, alright, it's a lakeside beach, and you have to clamber down to it, but with the steep sides of Inchavore valley rising around you, the lake stretching before you, birch trees behind you, this is a fantastic beach for a picnic and chilly swim - and chances are you'll have it all to yourself.Après beach: Sway across Carrick-a-rede rope bridge ( 15.Trá Bán, Great Blasket, Co Kerry Don't let reading Peig at school put you off visiting the island she married onto.

Both have white sand made of tiny particles of seashell and between them you'll always find shelter from the summer breeze.For a day's sunshine and splashing, try Portmarnock's 5km sandy shoreline instead and position the deckchair for knockout views of Howth Head and Ireland's Eye.Park at the South Beach car park and follow the path through the dunes to avoid the jams.Getting there: Follow the instructions for Inchavore Valley Short Hike on Follow the road from Cork to Clonakilty and just beyond you'll find Inchdoney Island, a blob of land surrounded by crystal clear Blue-Flagged waters. Mayo For sheer drop-dead beauty, Keem beach on Achill Island is the landscape queen.Sheltered by land on three sides, it has views out over Clonakilty Bay to the south and here you can walk the sandy shore and watch the long rollers come in from the Atlantic. Scraped out of the cliffs of Benmore to the west and Croaghaun on the east, it is a little handkerchief of a beach that was once a basking shark fishery and holds a Blue Flag.