in the sunny south east corner of Ireland, County Waterford is washed
by the rolling Atlantic Ocean. On this spectacular coastline lies Tramore,
Irelandís premier seaside resort with itís three miles of golden sandy
beach. Tramore is a delightful little town clustering on a hillside
overlooking the bay. Soak up the sun, stroll along the three mile stretch
of sandy beach, take a plunge into the rolling ocean waves or simply
relax and take in the breathtaking views of the bay or Tramoreís beautiful
beach. Want to know more? Discover Tramore - Your First Choice For Enjoying Tramore!
Tramore Surf Shop is located in the T-Bay Surf Club on the Tramore Sea Front. Tramore Surf Shop is popular by tourists and locals, as they provide a wide range of equipement for sea sporting activites to rent or purchase. The website allows for advanced enquires, purchases and infromation on what the surf is like in Tramore (including a web cam!) and a gallery showing plenty of pictures of the surf and the general sea front.
a several excellent Golf Course and Driving Range facilities in the
Tramore and Waterford region.
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TO VISIT & SEE
City, just a ten minute drive from Tramore, the Viking City of Waterford
stands proudly on the mouth of the river Suir. A bustling maritime City
with a historic heart full of colour and excitement. River cruises on
the river Suir. Waterford is home to Waterford
Crystal - the world famous hand cut Crystal. The Brand New Waterford Crystal Experience opens in June 2010 with a crystal manufacturing facility, retail outlet and visitor centre in the heart of Waterford. Reginaldís Tower
A Viking fortification housing the Civic & Maritime Museum. Waterford
Heritage Centre Interpretative Centre at Greyfriars, Waterford, depicting
the Viking and early-Roman settlement of Waterford. Waterford
Treasures at the Granary in Waterford. Avail of their walking tours
of historic Waterford
a trip on the Passage East ferry across the Suir estuary to Ballyhack
and tour the many attractions of Co. Wexford including the Irish National
Heritage Park, the John F. Kennedy Arboretum, Dunbrody Abbey, Johnstown
Castle or take the scenic Hook Peninsula drive.
pleasant drive of about 45 minutes sees you in Irelandís Medieval Capital,
Kilkenny. Kilkenny has been a centre of civilisation and culture for
more than 1500 years and offers the visitor a unique selection of historic
sites and buildings dating from the 7th century. Visit Kilkenny Castle,
St. Caniceís Cathedral, Shee Alms House, Black Abbey, Rolthe House.
Coast Village Tour
the road for Dunmore East from Waterford City. Follow the signs to Cheekpoint,
a quiet fishing village. Return back the same road to Passage East;
another picturesque village. Travel onwards, passing the sandy beach
at Woodstown to Dunmore East - the busy fishing and yachting village
with its sheltered coves. Take the scenic road back to Tramore via Portally,
Rathmoylan and Ballymacaw.
the R675 road out of Tramore. This route will bring you to the bustling
market town of Dungarvan via Annestown, Bonmahon, Stradbally and Clonea.
Just a few miles from Dungarvan you will find yourself in the heart
of the Gaeltacht, where the Irish language and traditional music and
dance still flourish. Continue along the coast to Ardmore.
to Dungarvan along the N25 taking the N72 to Lismore Castle and Gardens
and the Lismore Experience. Travel northwards through the Knockmealdown
Mountains, passing Mount Mellary Monastery, to the Vee Gap at the summit
where the view takes in the breathtaking splendour of West Waterford
and extends over the plain of Tipperary
the N25 from Waterford to Lemybrien, taking a right turn to follow the
Comeragh Drive, the R676. This circular drive will bring you through
some truly magnificent mountain scenery and the spectacular Mahon Falls.
Take time to savour the magical view that lies between the Comeragh
and Monavullagh Mountain ranges.