Explore Waterford’s Great Southern Greenway the way it should be,
find out about the best trails & routes, rent a bike
or even book a cycling tour.
Waterford Golf Club was founded in 1912 and overlooks the historic city of Waterford, Irelands Oldest City, located in the Sunny South East of Ireland.
With its magnificent views, this 18 hole parkland course, Par 71, is a gem on the outskirts of Waterford City. The irregular city, with its towers and steeples spread before the eye along the valley, and in the west, Slievenamon and the Comeragh Mountains, make a background of enduring splendor.
Enjoy warm pleasant temperatures all year round in the south east's biggest, brightest & best indoor water park! Wave machine, water slides, bubble pool, paddle pool, water cannon, rolling rapids, steam room, sauna & a 4 lane 25 metre pool.
Located in the heart of the St. James's Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse® is Ireland's most popular tourist attraction. It's the home of the Black Stuff, the heart of Dublin and an unforgettable start to your Irish adventure.

Located on the Mall in the heart of the Viking Triangle in Waterford City, the House of Waterford Crystal brings a visit to Waterford to a whole new level. Learn and see for your own eyes how the world famous crystal is made.

Tramore Surf School is based on the beach (opposite the lifeguard's hut on Tramore promenade) in Tramore, County Waterford in the sunny south east of Ireland. They offer a fun, friendly and safe environment to experience the addictive thrill of surfing.

If you fancy a night of entertainment at one of Irelands many greyhound racing stadia then click the link to see what special offers can be had with drinks and meal combos for a great night out.

The Epic Tour of the Viking Triangle is a theatrical comedy whirlwind journey with props, costumes, singing, dancing and plenty of craic! And the message is to bring the kids, bring your granny, bring everybody – because it’s suitable for families of all ages to enjoy. The Epic Tour is written by Waterford writer Liam Meagher, who many people will know through his work with Little Red Kettle over many years. Sharing our Stories scheme enables Waterford Treasures to really animate the wonderful stories of The Viking Triangle and allows everyone to enjoy the fascinating history of Waterford in an interactive and fun way. The tour is a full costumed re-enactment brought to life by Waterford Treasures on-site team of actors and is a unique family friendly addition to the tourism offering in Waterford.
A cliff/coastal walk between Dunmore East Village and Portally Cove Waterford that takes about half an hour one way. It is well defined and although is a cliff walk does not have too many pieces very close to the edge. It even has a three geocaches along the way

Enjoy the natural beauty of the riverbank and extensive views of the Commeragh Mountains  from the back of a quiet horse.  One hour treks are tailored to suit the ability of each small group, family or individual.  So whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced rider, you can be sure to have an enjoyable and memorable time. .