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Dungarvan (population 7,175), a small port and market town, is the capital of County Waterford.

The 12th-century Anglo-Norman Dungarvan Castle.

The 17th-century Old Market House contains a small local history museum.

The Augustinian Abbey (1290) in Abbeyside has a well-preserved 15th-century tower.

Saint Mary's Church of Ireland Church (1828)

Féile na nDéise traditional music festival is held during the May bank holiday weekend.

There are three golf clubs nearby.

There is a Blue Flag beach at nearby Clonea.

The Brickey Canal-River Walk starts about a mile south of the town, and runs inland from the harbour for 5km.

The Railway and Coastal Walk starts at the tourist office in Grattan square.

Dungarvan is a deep sea angling centre, and boats and tackle are available for hire in the town.

Bus Éireann runs buses to Waterford City (eight a day), Roslare Harbour (four a day), and Dublin (five a day).

Useful contact details for Dungarvan
Bus Éireann (01) 8366111
Garda Station (058) 42370
Bank of Ireland (058) 41144
AIB (058) 41599
Dungarvan Chamber of Commerce (058) 45054
Waterford County Enterprise Board (058) 44811
Tourist Information (058) 41741
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