Doneraile Walk, Tramore - Siúlóid Doneraile, Trá Mhór
The Doneraile Walk is named after a local landlord, Lord Doneraile, who donated this land to the Townspeople. On this walk you will see a monument to one of the worst ship wrecks that Tramore bay has ever seen notably the loss of the British “Sea Horse” in January 1816. Over 360 lives were lost and this tragedy inspired the erection in 1821 of the Beacon Towers.
Follow the N25 through Waterford City, and branch left onto the R675 as you leave the City following the signs for Tramore. On entering Tramore, follow this road through the roundabouts, and up onto Church Road where the trailhead is located on the left-hand-side.
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