Kilmurvey Blue Flag Beach is a beautiful white sand sheltered beach located in the popular village of Kilmurvey. It is the only blue flag beach on the island of Inishmore and is situated in a sheltered cove. Kilmurvey beach is a great place to spend a few hours on a sunny day as the water is crystal clear and very inviting and invigorating!

Facilities at Kilmurvey Blue Flag Beach

There are toilet facilities available at Kilmurvey Beach. During Summer months there’s also a lifeguard on duty. There are also coffee shops and craft shops located nearby in Kilmurvey village.

Location of Kilmurvey Beach & How to get there

Kilmurvey Beach is located in the village of Kilmurvey. Kilmurvey is also home to Dun Aonghasa, the main attraction on the island. The Wormhole is also a very popular attraction since the Red Bull Cliff Diving was held there in 2014 & 2017 is located nearby in the village of Gort na gCapall. Another popular and nearby tourist attraction is Clochan na Carraige, a stone beehive hut. Clochan na Carraige is one of the best examples of a stone beehive hut that can be found in Ireland today.

You can get to Kilmurvey beach by walking, cycling, pony & trap and by bus.

When is the best time to visit Kilmurvey Beach

Kilmurvey Beach is the perfect place to spend a few hours on a summer day. Swimming, sunbathing, walking, fishing, and picnicking are all popular activities at Kilmurvey Blue Flag Beach. There is also lifeguard on duty during the summer months.

The best time to visit Kilmurvey beach is during the summer when the water is warmest. Kilmurvey beach is very popular during the summer and lots of visitors like to relax at the beach before cycling back to the main village of Kilronan.

Nearby Attractions

Dun Aonghasa

The Wormhole

Clochan na Carraige