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Dunmore East Harbour

Home from the Sea
...The Cruel Sea...

"...the wide lying sea...the wonderful abyss...
...the ridge-backs of the flood...
...the wet-high, cold-venomed mountains of the truly deep ocean."
(from "The Fate of the Children Of Turenn",
an ancient Irish legend,
one of The Three Sorrows of Story-Telling).




Irish Mythology

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Dunmore East Main Strand

Dunmore East - Main Strand (Lalor's)




European Commission Bathing Water Quality
Monitoring page for 6 County Waterford beaches,
including Dunmore East and Tramore.
Tips - If you're uneasy about water quality, keep away from streams.
Also, do your swimming during the afternoons of hot sunny days.
The sun's UV rays can dramatically reduce organic pollution levels.
See New Scientist Article.



Dunmore East Counsellors

Dunmore East - Counsellors Strand



Dunmore East Harbour


Dunmore East Harbour


Dunmore East Harbour


Dunmore East Harbour


Dunmore East Docks 1


Dunmore East Docks 2


Dunmore East Lalor's 1


Dunmore East


2. Passage, Cheekpoint, Ballyhack.
Upriver from Dunmore East, which stands at the mouth of the River Suir,
are the fishing villages of Passage East and Cheekpoint, on the Waterford side,
and Ballyhack, on the Wexford side.





Ballyhack (left bank) and Passage East (right),
looking downriver.





Ballyhack





Ballyhack





Passage East




Passage East




Cheekpoint





Cheekpoint





Cheekpoint





Old and new Churches at Faithlegge,
near Cheekpoint





3. Tramore, Dunhill and Annestown.

3 miles west of the Suir Estuary is Tramore Bay, one of Ireland's favourite holiday resorts.
It's got beautiful beaches, but be warned -
the town and main beach are packed in good summer weather,
and the Amusement Park thumps out noise non-stop.

A few miles further west is the picturesque village of Annestown,
and Dunhill Village, noted for it's nearby dolmen and castle,
is 3 miles upstream from the mouth of the Anne River.





Tramore Bay
Miles of sandy beach.





Tramore Bay,
with Tramore Town in background.




Tramore Town.




Tramore Bay





Metalman, Tramore Bay,
with Brownstown pillars 3 miles away on far side of bay.





Newtown Cove, Tramore Bay





Tramore Bay





Backstrand and Sandhills, Tramore Bay.
Be careful on the backstrand - the tide comes in very quickly and can cut you off.
Some parts are muddy and there may be quicksand.
Best to stay near high water mark.






Standing Stone,
near Tramore Bay.






Beach at Annestown.




Annestown Cottage





Annestown Thatched Cottage





Dunhill Village





Dunhill Cottage





Dunhill Dolmen
with Dunhill castle in the background.





Dunhill Castle





Dunhill Castle





Dunhill Castle



Dunmore East Lalor's 2

Lalor's Cove, Dunmore East

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All pictures taken within 10 miles of Waterford City center.
Last updated March 26th 2000.
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