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As you explore Lady’s Island you will find an impressive Norman castle and tower, along with the remains of medieval church and graveyard.
A multi-award-winning seafood restaurant right in the centre of the hustle and bustle of Rosslare Strand.
The sunniest spot in Ireland!
The luxuriously decorated house offers guests their own TV, parking and tea and coffee making facilities.
Castleview Heights Pitch & Putt
Castleview Heights is a family run business, consisting of a restaurant and 18 hole par three golf course.
St. Margarets Beach Caravan & Camping Park
A family-owned and family- run site located 15 minutes from Rosslare Europort, ideal for overnight stops to and from the ferry.
Southbeach Holiday Apartments
An unrivalled beachside location in the centre of Rosslare; one of Ireland’s finest holiday destinations.
Paul Maloney Pottery
Earth, hand and fire combine to produce a wide range of contemporary tableware and giftware
This is the only surviving complete windmill in the Republic of Ireland. The key is available from the Millhouse Bar and Restaurant, Tacumshane.
St. Helen's Bay is a Green Coast Beach.
With three of the four main walls still intact, including the spectacular west gable wall, it is easy to visualise how Ishartmon Church would have looked in Norman times.
Our Lady's Island
A place of pilgrimage.
Rosslare Community & Sports Centre
Offering you and your family an amazing day out in Rosslare!
Carne Beach Caravan and Camping Park
Carne Beach is located on the beautiful, picturesque sunny south-east of Ireland.
A friendly and welcoming family run bed & breakfast that is just a three minute drive from the ferry at Rosslare Europort.
St Helens Beach Holiday House
A holiday bungalow within a gated development that sleeps six; set just minutes from St Helens Bay Golf Resort and a long sandy beach.
Hooked on Rosslare Watersports Centre
Friendly qualified instructors give group and individual lessons in Windsurfing, Kayaking and Sailing.
The Normans were devout Christians. Thanks to this, medieval religious structures such as St Iberius’ Church are still standing here today.
This tower house is a wonderful example of the sheer building height that was made possible after the Normans introduced their expert stone construction techniques to the area.
The International Outdoor Adventure Centre, IOAC, is located in Tagoat, Co Wexford.