This stunning beach can be located on Melmore Head Peninsula on County Donegal. It is surrounded by huge cliffs, hills, dunes and small hidden caves. The only access is by rambling over 3 fields that are inhabited by ‘friendly’ cows (don’t take my word for it!). There is a small tidal island called ‘Rough Island’ that is roughly 15 meters from shore that splits the beach into 2 at high tide. It’s official names is Boyeeghter Strand although Murder Hole Beach is more commonly used and sounds more exciting. It is ‘rumoured’ to originate in the 1800’s when a young woman either fell or was pushed off the nearby cliffs.