Things To Do In Kilmore Quay

The Saltee Islands

The Saltee Islands

The Saltee islands lie 5 kilometres off the coast of South Wexford, near the fishing village of Kilmore Quay. The two islands, Great Saltee and Little Saltee, cover an area of 1.2 square kilometres, and with the exception of one family, are uninhabited. The islands are a

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The Norman Way

The Norman Way

The Norman Way is a medieval heritage trail that stretches along the South coast of Wexford from Rosslare to New Ross, taking in the fishing village of Kilmore Quay. The Normans first came to the area over 800 years ago, and many of their ancient structures still

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Kilmore Quay Walking Trail

Kilmore Quay Walking Trail

Situated on Ballyteige Burrow, Kilmore Quay’s Walking Trail extends along the shore from the village, alongside Ballyteige Strand, and 9km along to Cullenstown Strand. The area is a unique habitat, and is preserved in pristine condition for the plants and animals that are native to the area.

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Thatched Cottages Kilmore Quay

Thatched Cottages Kilmore Quay

The village of Kilmore Quay has preserved the tradition of thatching, with many of the houses dating from the early 19th century. These simple vernacular structures, were often constructed of mud walls, which were then whitewashed with lime, with a thatched roof of wheaten or oaten straw.

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Kilmore Quay Co. Wexford

Kilmore Quay Co. Wexford

Kilmore Quay: from the Irish Cé na Cille Móire, meaning “Quay of the big church” is a fishing, and tourist village overlooking the Celtic sea in County Wexford. With a marina, world class angling, sailing, diving and two stunning beaches located within the village, Kilmore Quay has

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Coast Kilmore Quay

Kilmore Quay

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