Tuesday, 18th September 2018
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Tramore is also well known for the wide variety of accommodation available. Whether it be hotel, guest houses, bed and breakfast, you also have a choice of caravan parks and camping. Its numerous licensed premises also provide music at night.

The Tramore area is great as a base for exploring the Waterford hinterland. You can take a coastal trip to Dunmore East and Cheekpoint fishing villages, or along the copper coast via Bonmahon to Dungarvan a bustling country town with lots to see and do. Just five miles outside Dungarvan you can take in the Ring Gaeltacht and the magnificent Helvick Head region. You can also head further on to Ardmore with its famous round tower and the superb Ardmore Cliff Hotel with their views over the bay.

However, a visit to Tramore would not be complete without taking in a trip along the Greenway, the 30 miles stretch from Waterford city to Dungarvan. You can access the Greenway at many different points along the route and your local tourist office will gladly help out with any queries you have. It is also right to point out that you can hire bicycles or trishaws for children at resonable rates. You can of course take your own bicycle for a gentle spin along this latest addition to Waterford’s tourism offering and todate is one of the most successful.

Remember a trip to Tramore will make for a memorable holiday or day trip. The tens of thousands of visitors annually from all over Ireland and abroad vote with their feet and make many return journeys to this jewel in the crown of Ireland’s seaside resorts.

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