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Tramore Beach is located in Tramore County Waterford. It comprises 3 miles of sandy beach with sand dunes and cliff walks.

Meaning ‘Big Strand’, Tramore is one of the most aptly named towns in the region, with its famous 5km golden, sandy beach surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and one of the region’s most popular resorts. Most of the traffic coming to Tramore comes from the Waterford City direction, but the most spectacular approach to this exciting resort is the route from Annestown and the coast road to the elevated western suburbs of the town.

The panorama of Tramore Bay, broken by the peninsula, which carries the promenade and the strand, with the protecting arm of Brownstown Head beyond, is truly magnificent. The town itself is built on steep hills rising up from the beach. The long, rolling waves in Tramore attract swimmers and of course, surfers. Surf lessons and equipment are available locally. Sailing lessons and sea kayaking are also available.

Tramore beach is also popular for beach angling. The estuary flowing into the back strand has produced a number of specimen flounder and bass in recent years. Other species in the nearby coastal waters include pollock, dogfish, dabs, coalfish and whiting. The cliffs around the resort offer excellent rock and reef fishing.

Tips from locals

A beachfront promenade awaits you so be sure to allow time to stroll and soak in the breath-taking ocean views.

The thrill of the funfair beside the sea is sure to be one of your highlights on a visit to this resort town.

Blue Flag Award
Dog friendly
Hidden gem
Family friendly
Free to visit
Paid car parking
Free car parking
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Contact details
Tramore Beach, Tramore West, Tramore, Co. Waterford, Ireland
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