Drumnatinny Beach

Drumnatinny Beach is located on the North West coast of Donegal approx 3km north of Falcarragh Town. The 4km long sandy beach is safe for swimming on the western side of the Ray river that flows to the eastern end of the beach. The beach is also known locally as the Back Strand or Falcarragh Beach

The beach has recently been awarded Green Coast status because of the purity of the water. From the beach you can enjoy magnificent views of Horn Head, Tory Island and the Derryveagh Mountain range including Muckish and Errigal.  You can also enjoy beautiful sunsets from Ballyness Pier and sand dunes of Drumnatinny.

The area around the beach and the shores of Ballyness Bay are a Special Area of Conservation

 

Drumnatinny Beach

Drumnatinny Beach

Drumnatinny Beach

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