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Tramore is an undulating 18-hole parkland course in a seaside location. At just under 6,700yd off the tips, Tramore is a fair test for golfers of all abilities.
Munster's Club of the Year 2009, West Waterford Golf Club is located just off the N25 outside Dungarvan Town. It's a superb championship golf course designed by Eddie Hackett.
In the shadow of a fairy tale castle, Lismore's picture book streets are steeped in stories. Built by monks and plundered by Vikings, this County Waterford town has been home to royalty and Hollywood stars.
Beautiful Lismore Castle is home to seven acres of gardens all set within the historic Lismore Castle walls. From Majestic trees to flowering meadows, ornamental displays to fruit and vegetables there is something to delight all visitors
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.
The Blackwater holds many species of fish including salmon, sea trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, roach, dace, perch, gudgeon, bream, eels pike, mullet and shad. It is managed by the Cappoquin Salmon and Trout Anglers Association.
Curraghmore House is a magnificent home of the ninth Marquis of Waterford and his ancestors since 1170. It is located in Portlaw, County Waterford and includes formal gardens, woodlands and grazing fields.
Waterford English Language Centre are family run English language schools in Waterford City providing a wide range of separate courses for adults and juniors in a friendly and professional atmosphere.
It presents regular visiting exhibitions of art.
FORUM WATERFORD, located adjacent to Waterford city centre, opened as a modern entertainment venue in 1990 and has been host to top national and international acts including
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