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Little Beach Kilmore Quay

Kilmore Quay is world renowned for its excellent beaches and sea angling.  In addition, the beautiful coastline offers walkers hours of tranquil walking on the dunes and beaches.  Just off shore, and accessible from Kilmore Quay only, are the Saltee Islands, one of Ireland’s largest bird sanctuaries and a natural habitat for marine life such as grey seals.

Angling – Boat

An angler’s paradiase! There are many angling charters available for hire. A full list of charter boats can be found on www.visitkilmorequay.com

Boats can be launched from the slip in the harbour. Launching fee applies For more information see kilmorequaymarina.com

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Angling – Shore

From Rosslare to Cullenstown, there is plenty of shoreline for every level of angler to enjoy. Bass, flounder, coley, whiting, catfish and tope and even the odd ray are just a few of the species caught from the shore around Kilmore Quay.
Boat Trips
A number of boats in the area offer trips around the area. (See Above) Only one charter can bring you on to the Saltee Islands. Contact Declan Bates on:   +353 53 912 9684 or +353 87 252 9736 or visit www.salteeferry.com
The Eurovelo Cycling Route through South County Wexford is a scenic cycling route that takes you along some of the County’s lesser known highways and byways from Rosslare Harbour in the East to New Ross in the West via Kilmore Quay.  Find out more on Wexford Trails website

Wexford Equestrian Centre, Tomhaggard.

Horse & Pony Trekking Centre, Clonmines, Wellingtonbridge.


There are many golf courses in Wexford. The three that are closest to Kilmore Quay are:
St Helens  www.sthelensbay.com


Rosslare Golf Club  www.rosslaregolf.com
Wexford Golf Club  www.wexfordgolfclub.ie

Discover Wexford Walking Trails,  a network of diverse waymarked walking trails throughout Co. Wexford. Beaches stretch for miles either side of Kilmore Quay providing enjoyable coastal walks.
Ballyteigue Burrow Nature Reserve

Kilmore Quay is well known for its traditional white-washed thatched cottages as well as its fishing harbour and marina. Dotted around the harbour you will find an array of restaurants, pubs, cafés and shops and an award-winning children’s playground.

More information on all there is to see and do locally can be found on www.visitkilmorequay.com. For more information about  the wider Wexford area, please check www.visitwexford.ie