The South East of Ireland offers five great rivers each great for wild brown trout fishing, and sea-trout fishing in season (licence needed). Beach and rock angling are also very popular and there are numerous sites where it can be enjoyed. Deep Sea fishing is also available as it is easy to reach the rich fishing grounds of Hook Head and Dunmore East. Mixed catches of conger, ling, pollock, coalfish and cod are possible.
Famous in history for the fine bloodstock it has produced the South East region of Ireland offers so much to the equestrian fan. The region is a wonderful host to those who enjoy the finest of equestrian sport with well-managed horse riding centres that cater for all levels of expertise.
Tramore Racecourse hosts many events throughout the year with the August Racing festival commencing on Thursday August 11th and continuing through to the 14th August when it will finish up with a Family Day. Best Dressed Ladies remember to get the good gear out on Ladies Day!!
This is a region of history, heritage, beauty and variety. A charming coastline and gentle countryside gives way to rolling hills and towering mountains.
Cycling is another activity which is enjoyed by visitors of all ages. Cycling Tour operators provide guided tours and the necessary equipment to enable visitors explore the countryside.
Tramore is a child’s paradise. Everything a child could want in a holiday is here and readily accessible. Soft sands of the local beaches make this an ideal place to build sandcastles on, and rock pools to explore. The amusement park (carnival) is opposite the beach and shrieks of delight and roars of laughter fill many a calm summer’s night. Splashworld Leisure Centre is a must for most kids with its slides, lazy river and toddler pool.