Cul na Croise is a beach noted for its wilderness quality and remoteness. It lies to the north east of Camas an Lighe and forms part of the Singing Sand coastline. This stunning beach with accompanying dune system, abuts coastal heath and semi natural birch and oak woodland. The dune ecosystem is also of high conservation importance and is a great place for botanising and wildlife watching (on both the sea and shore).
Please note that the beach and surrounding area was used for commando training during the Second World War and may contain unexploded munitions.
The remote location of Cul na Croise makes it quite a challenge to access on foot but is a very popular beach with kayakers. Cul na Croise can be accessed from the popular walk to The Singing Sands at Gortenfern and is best accessed at low tide.