WITH breathtaking views, white sand and plenty of dolphins – it's no surprise this Irish beach is considered majestic.

Tramore beach, which literally means Big Beach, is a hidden paradise in Donegal that is waiting to be explored.

The beach, which is located near Dunfanaghy, boasts over two miles of white and golden sand.

With no roads leading to the beach, visitors will need to prepare themselves for a 30-minute walk to reach the secluded beach.

While the walk may be challenging, it’s worth every step.

Once you have your feet in the sand, you will be greeted to stunning views of Donegal’s crystal waters, Tory Island and Muckish Mountain.

And if you are lucky, you may spot a seal or dolphin splashing in the water.

Adventure seekers can also explore hidden caves when the tide is low.

But beachgoers are urged to check tide times when visiting Tramore.

Swimmers are warned that Tramore Beach has dangerous currents and rip tides – so swimming here is NOT recommended.

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There are no life guards at this hidden paradise.          

Parking is available in a car park just outside of the town and accommodation around the area starts from €84.

Kings Accommodation offers rooms from €84 and Arnolds Hotel has rooms from €95.

Corcreggan Mill has glamping bell tents, railway carriage cabins, apartments and B&B rooms. Prices start from €128.

Beachgoers took to Tripadvisor to share their experience at Tramore beach.

One person said: “A very invigorating walk on a very windy day.

"Beautiful, clean beach with hardly a person about. I'm sure it would be packed on a sunny day.”

Another said: “Felt like the only person on the planet.

"Perfect challenge for a run from village, through sand dunes and then along the beach to the left to touch the rock and then back to village. Felt amazing!”

While another added: “You need to walk about 20 minutes across sand dunes to reach Tramore strand but it's worth the effort.

“It will be quiet and peaceful with only the sounds of the ocean.

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"It is not safe to swim here.”

There are plenty of walks and surrounding beaches nearby.

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