Rossbeigh beach is a designated natural heritage area
Rossbeigh beach is a Special Area of Conservation, with special importance placed on habitat, flora and fauna. Rossbeigh is located 2 miles from the village of Glenbeigh on the South Kerry Peninsula and
directly accross the water is the Inch beach sandspit.
Rossbeigh is a gorgeous beach, located just five minutes drive from the Town of Glenbeigh, one of the finest beaches in Ireland.
Glenbeigh is a small tourist village located on the Ring of Kerry. Drive along the sea front until you find the perfect sand beach, where you can walk down to access the long sandy shore.
Rossbeigh Strand is 5 Kilometres of uninterrupted beach, pointing out into Dingle Bay. Fine soft sand with the sea on either side
The beach has some great waves and is patrolled by lifeguards at designated times during the summer months, it is safe for swimming, great for surfers and ideal for horse riding and popular with wind surfers, ocean canoeing.