Dunes Walk, Tramore - Siúlóid na Dumhcha - Trá Mhór
Tramore beach leads to a line of some of the highest sand dunes in Ireland, backed by a salt marsh and is home to some rare seaside plants and interesting wildlife. The sand dunes have been developing for over 5000 years and are constantly under change due to wind and sand deposits covered in Marram Grass slowing down erosion.
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 to the trailhead and car park 700 meters further on, on the left-hand-side opposite the Majestic Hotel.
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