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Rossnowlagh beach, viewed from Smuggler's Creek Inn, Donegal county, Ulster
Belalt Strand at Rossnowlagh extends to the north-northwest for over 2km from the cliffs at Coolmore in the south to the rock outcrop at Carrickfad.
The beach has a broad low-angle profile with well sorted fine sand as the dominant sediment.
Rossnowlagh is a heavily used beach with a long tradition of beach parking and large resident and day-tripper populations. It is one of Ireland's main surfing beaches.
SOURCE: Holger Leue, courtesy of Tourism Ireland.
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