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  1. Clonea Strand Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Dungarvan, Waterford

    Clonea Strand in one of Waterford's EU Blue Flag beaches of 2013 and is situated in Dungarvan, County Waterford. This lovely crescent of golden sand is set snugly into the coastline and has beautiful views and scenic walks. Read more

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  2. Dromana Gate

    Cappoquin, Waterford

    Dromana Gate is a highly unusual Hindu Gothic gate lodge on the road to quaint Villerstown, County Waterford, built in the 19th Century to mark the marriage of a popular local landlord. Read more

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  3. St Carthage's Cathedral Lismore

    Lismore, Waterford

    The historic town of Lismore in County Waterford contains a double monastery founded by St Carthage in the 7th century. The present cathedral, which dates from 1633, is situated on a lovely hill surrounded by greenery. Read more

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  4. Copper Coast Mini Farm

    Fenor, Waterford

    The Copper Coast Mini Farm is a purpose built pet farm located on the stunningly beautiful Copper Coast in County Waterford. It boasts a large variety of friendly farm animals and some exotic varieties. Read more

  5. Goats Island Green Coasts 2014

    Ardmore, Waterford

    Goats Island Beach is located roughly 5km west of Ardmore in County Waterford. The inlet where the beach is located faces south and is sheltered to the west side by the island. Read more

  6. Waterford Municipal Art Gallery

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Greyfriars Municipal Art Gallery is located in the historical quarter of Waterford City. It houses fascinating collection of works, including pieces from renowned Irish artists such as Jack B Yeats, Charles Lamb and Louis Le Brocquy. Read more

  7. Christ Church Cathedral

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford City’s Christ Church Cathedral stands on land that has been spiritually significant since the 11th century. In addition to being a place of worship, the 18th-century County Waterford cathedral hosts concerts, recitals and exhibitions. Read more

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  8. Reginald's Tower

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Reginald’s Tower, in Waterford City, has played a pivotal role in the country's history and now hosts a major new exhibition of Waterford Treasures. This superb collection relates the story of Waterford’s Viking heritage. Read more

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  9. Curraghmore House and Gardens

    Portlaw, Waterford

    The magnificent home of the eighth Marquis of Waterford, Curraghmore House is home to an impressive 1,000 hectares of formal gardens, woodland and grazing fields. Ireland’s largest private demesne, it is situated near Portlaw, County Waterford. Read more

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  10. Lismore Castle

    Lismore, Waterford

    Lismore Castle has been the Irish home of the Dukes of Devonshire since 1753 and is possibly the most spectacular castle in Ireland. It is located in County Waterford and is surrounded by beautiful gardens which are also open to the public. Read more

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