What to see in County Waterford?
Check out all the places I’ve been visiting in County Waterford.
One of the finest and recommend coastal walks in County Waterford to tackle is Dunmore East Coastal Walk. The walk includes Dunmore East Harbour and the Coastal Path that connects Dunmore East to the picturesque Portally Cove. The Dunmore East Coastal Walk starts from the designated point at the rear of the Old Convent in […]Read More
The beautiful village of Dunmore East is considered as one of the prettiest village in the County Waterford with its beach so close to the centre and its colourful, thatched houses. The village is situated on the west side of Waterford Harbour on Ireland’s southeastern coast, it lies within the barony of Gaultier (Gáll Tír […]Read More
Another amazing place I visited on my holiday in July was Annestown Beach, which is sometimes called a gem of The Copper Coast. Annestown Beach is a beautiful beach in the village of Annestown in County Waterford, with its sea arch and islands, is an attractive bathing place and is popular with surfers and swimmers. […]Read More
Nordwest of Dunabrattin Head, close to Boat Strand is situated Kilmurrin Cove. This is a beautiful small sheltered cove and beautiful beach, very secluded. Definitely worth a stop here whilst driving The Copper Coast. Kilmurrin Cove is about a 30 minute drive from the Waterford city and is on The Copper Coast drive. It is […]Read More
From Tramore I traveled to The Copper Coast which stretching for 25 km between Tramore and Dungarvan in County Waterford. The Copper Coast is now a UNESCO Global Geopark which gets its name from the 19th Century copper mines that lie at its heart. It comprises some 25 kilometres of spectacular coastline consisting of scalloped […]Read More