Ireland’s most mythical wave is a super-long, righthand reef that can peel for 400m or more. Very rare to get the required NE wind and big swell. When it’s on, low tide is best. Getting in and out is tricky and the rip pulling away from the wave is as legendary as the wave itself. Big crowds if on.
Park in the car park at the north end of the strand, or on the road and a find a way down the cliff path.