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1000+ Years of Waterford History: Waterford, Co Waterford

When we visited Waterford recently we met many tourists who had plans to view the city’s famous crystal (which is stunning), wander a bit, and then quickly leave, allowing a mere 2 hours to “see it all”. I urge you to spend a bit more time in Waterford. It is, after all, the oldest city […]

Annestown Beach: Annestown, Co Waterford

On the coast road between Tramore and Dungarvan, Annestown Beach offers a pleasant seaside stop. The shoreline is a mix of sand and rock; and when the tide is out, there are a few sea caves to explore. Cliff walks rise from both sides of the car park, but the eastern edge warns of dangers. […]

Hindu-Gothic Gate House: Cappoquin, Co Waterford

The story goes that this Hindu-Gothic folly was built originally of wood and paper mache as a wedding gift…the honored newlyweds liked it so much, they had it built in stone. Dromana Gate is believed to have been inspired by a John Nash design in Brighton, England, where the couple spent their honeymoon. The home […]

Dungarvan Farmers Market: Co Waterford

Thursdays 9:30am-2pm

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