Lifeguards

All potential visitors to the beach are reminded of the dangers that exist along our coastline during the bathing season. The presence of lifeguards on duty is indicated by the flying of the red/yellow flag. A red flag flown indicates that the guards are present but the public should not bathe. The public are advised not to swim when the beach is not guarded.

For detailled information regarding each beach please click on the link below.
Claremont Beach, Howth                                            
The Burrow Beach, Sutton
Velvet Strand North Portmarnock                                 
Malahide Beach,  Malahide
Balcarrick Beach, Donabate                                         
Tower Bay Beach, Portrane
The Brook Beach, Portrane                                         
South Beach, Rush
Loughshinny Beach, Loughshinny                                
South Beach, Skerries
North Beach, Skerries                                                  
Front Strand Beach, Balbriggan

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