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Waterford WELCOME TO WATERFORD


VISIT WATERFORD, WHERE IRELAND BEGINS


Isn’t it time you had a golfing holiday in Waterford?


Waterford is where you’ll find Ireland’s oldest city, with over 1,000 years of history. Waterford also has a beautiful coastline, lush green countryside and an excellent variety of high quality golf courses to choose from. Just 1 hour and 45 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport, Waterford is part of Ireland’s Ancient East and there are plenty of visitor atractions and activities for you to enjoy.


Reginalds Tower


Waterford has a stunning coastal drive doted with golden beaches with a dramatic backdrop of the Comeragh mountains. In Waterford City you can visit one of the top visitor atractions in Ireland – Waterford Crystal and also take the time to visit the award winning Waterford Treasures Museums – all situated in the historic and atmospheric area of Waterford city known as the Viking Triangle. Waterford has a wide variety of accommodation options including hotels, self catering and B&B’s.


Why choose Waterford? Because of all the great golf courses and lovely things to see


Curraghmore House Waterford Crystal Blower


and do of course, but most of all, because the people are warm and friendly and you’ll receive a Céad Míle Fáilte when you visit Waterford!


www.visitwaterford.com


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