(population 7,175), a small port and market town, is the capital
of County Waterford.
12th-century Anglo-Norman Dungarvan Castle.
The 17th-century Old Market House contains a small local history
The Augustinian Abbey (1290) in Abbeyside has a well-preserved
Saint Mary's Church of Ireland Church (1828)
Féile na nDéise traditional music festival is
held during the May bank holiday weekend.
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
Dungarvan is a deep sea angling centre, and boats and tackle
are available for hire in the town.
Éireann runs buses to Waterford City (eight a day), Roslare
Harbour (four a day), and Dublin (five a day).
details for Dungarvan
Chamber of Commerce
County Enterprise Board
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