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Tramore for the Perfect Seaside Holiday!

Once you have been to Tramore, Ireland’s premier beach resort, it becomes clear why visitors return to this beautiful seaside town again and again. Tramore, in Co Waterford, sits right in the middle of the Sunny Southeast Coastal Drive, offering some of the most breath-taking scenery in Ireland.  Read on and you will see why Tramore is the perfect seaside holiday destination!

Seacourt Bed and Breakfast

Sea Court Bed and Breakfast in Tramore Co WaterfordTramore has all the attributes that make for a perfect seaside holiday. Not only does it have a stunning Blue Flag Beach, it also has a great selection of restaurants, pubs and accommodation. Take Sea Court Bed and Breakfast for instance, it’s a 4-star home, just a six-minute stroll from the beach, racecourse, lively bars and restaurants. Waterford Crystal Centre is a mere 10 minute drive away and it’s close to amenities like golf, horse-riding, amusements and the water-park. B&Bs really are an ideal holiday base.


Tramore for the perfect Seaside HolidaySo what else can visitors to Tramore experience when staying in the location? Well, every possible leisure activity for a start, as there’s hill climbing, walking, cycling tours, swimming, bird watching and surfing to name a few! Youngsters and the not so young, will love Splashworld, the Amusement Park, Inclusion Park, Pirates Adventure, Laser Blast and the Copper Coast Mini Farm with its array of unusual and friendly animals.

Out and About!

Viking Triangle WaterfordIf you decide to venture out of Tramore for a day of sightseeing, you’ll be spoilt for choice on places to visit. As mentioned previously, the world famous Waterford Crystal is on the outskirts of Tramore where a guided factory tour is available. The tour gives you first-hand access to all areas of traditional production, from crystal blowing and furnace, to cutting, engraving and quality inspection. Another great tour to consider is The Viking Triangle Experience, a compact history tour where you visit the Medieval Museum, Reginald’s Tower, Bishop’s Palace, Greyfriars Friary and Christ Church Cathedral.

As you can see, there is so much to do and see in Tramore in Co Waterford. There’s something of interest for every family member, young and old, making it the perfect seaside holiday location that you’ll return to time and time again. See you there!

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Posted: 21 May 2015 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Activities Tramore, Irish bed and breakfasts, Waterford

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