Enniscrone – also spelt Inniscrone and officially named Inishcrone (Irish: Inis Crabhann) – is a small seaside town in County Sligo, Ireland. Its sandy beach, tourist campsite, and golf course all attract a large number of visitors. The Enniscrone area includes the localities of Muckduff, Lacken, Lacknaslevia, Frankford, Carrowhubbock South and Carrowhubbock North.
Enniscrones' sandy blue flag beach stretches over a long area of shoreline. It is split near the lower part of the village by a small crossable river, and is watched over by lifeguards in the busy summer period. A large number of walkers use the full stretch to the mouth of the river Moy, at which point Bartra Island can be seen. The beach is used extensively by the people of the nearby town of Ballina, County Mayo. The ‘Valley of Diamonds’ is one of the hidden attractions along the beach; it is the largest of volcano-like compositions among the long-grassed sand dunes, it is located near the end of the beach.
Enniscrone Golf Club
Enniscrone offers the visitor an unique picture - with its rugged dunes unchanged since time began, a bracing wind, clear sky, the most beautiful beach in Ireland, the Moy Estuary and the Atlantic Ocean, all encompassed by the backdrop of the Nephin and Ox Mountains as they loom heavily against the sky. An idyllic seascape to relax in from the pressures of modern day life.
Directions from Mount Falcon Estate to Enniscrone