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Ireland’s inland waterways are important parts of our transport and industrial heritage. They hold aesthetic, recreational and spiritual values, as well as important habitats for many forms of wildlife.

New Heritage Guide for Waterford’s Historic Coast

Historic Waterford —The Coast is a new Heritage Tourism Guide  published by the Waterford County Council Heritage and Conservation Officers on the archaeology and built heritage of the Waterford Coastline from Cheekpoint to the Blackwater  Estuary.  Following on from the publication of Walk Waterford in 2012 Historic Waterford —The Coast  is the latest addition to  a series of tourism guides being undertaken by Waterford Co. Council. Visually stunning, the user-friendly  heritage guide details  sites of interest  within and between  all villages and towns around the Waterford Coastline including Faithlegg, Cheekpoint, Passage East, Dunmore East, Tramore, Copper Coast, Dunhill, Stradbally, Dungarvan, An Rinn, Ardmore  and the Blackwater  Estuary.  

The guide was published with the support of funding from the Heritage Council through the County Heritage Plan Fund 2013 and copies are available by contacting the Heritage Officer on 058 20839 or .