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A family entertainment centre full of great activities for all ages.
The Irish Experience
An eco adventure tourism company that will provide personable, small group, multi-activity, adventure tours like no other currently available in Ireland.
Carrickduff Bike Skills Park
Thrills galore on the rollercoaster pump track! Always open, always free.
Known as 'The Golden Mile', this is a beautiful sheltered beach which is great for children and also has lovely sand dunes.
Irish National Heritage Park
Begin an unforgettable journey through Ireland's past.
Kingsford Language and Equestrian Centre
Kingsford Equestrian offer a range of equestrian services in the beautiful South East of Ireland.
Located a few kilometres beyond the town of Fethard, this is a very attractive, clean, quite and secluded beach.
John F. Kennedy Arboretum
John F. Kennedy Arboretum is 622 acres and includes 4,500 types of trees and shrubs, 200 forest plots, rhododendrons and dwarf conifers.
Kilmore Quay is a beautiful traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford in south east Ireland.
Ballinteskin Golf Course
Enjoy a great game of nine hole par three golf.
The Walks of Wexford
Information on a diverse range of walks around County Wexfrod.
Castleview Heights Pitch & Putt
Castleview Heights is a family run business, consisting of a restaurant and 18 hole par three golf course.
Blackwater FootGolf Course
Blackwater Golf Course now has the new exciting sport that is sweeping the nation and the world. Footgolf!
Both Ballymoney North and South Beaches are extremely popular.
Wexford Arts Centre
The artistic heart of Wexford Town with a busy calendar of events, workshops, and exhibition all year round.
Includes Europe's first & largest free lane trampoline park.
Smallchanges Organic Wholefood Store & Coffee Shop
We strive to ensure that healthy, organic and eco friendly products are affordable for everybody.
A golden mile of sand.
South East Angling Services
Offers quality guided fishing trips and tuition.
A castle built in 1450 which overlooks the Waterford Estuary.