Welcome to Discover Tramore
Nestled in the Sunny Southeast of Ireland is the seaside town of Tramore. Just 15 minutes drive from Waterford City by car and with a regular bus service, Tramore is a great holiday option. Whether it's just a short weekend get-away or a family holiday, Tramore can provide all you need for a memorable stay; from top-rated accommodation to fine dining and a vibrant night-life. Besides the obvious attraction of the beach, Tramore offers much, much, more for those with kids.
For those who look to experience some of Ireland's breath-taking scenery, Tramore sits right in the middle of the Southeast Coastal Drive. During your visit to Tramore why not sample some of Ireland's history by travelling the Dolmen Drive. Soak up the culture and history of this area, at the attractions Waterford City provides, such as the Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre and Waterford Museum of Treasures at The Granary. If you visit during the August bank holiday weekend you wont have missed out. You would be lucky to experience the wonder of Spraoi, one of Ireland's premier street festivals which is held in Waterford city annually. For more information on these events, and others, check out the Tramore Events Guide.
Tramore Ska Fest
April 3rd - 5th 2015Tramore Ska & Reggae festival announce an exclusive Irish show with UK Ska legends The Selecter as this year's headline act. You'll be able to hear their stone cold amazing... [more]
One of the best-known pubs in Tramore, situated in the heart of the town, The VICTORIA HOUSE (or THE VIC as it is known locally) is a pub that exudes atmosphere and craic to all who walk through its doors.
Crokes Pub has been in the Croke family since 1894 and it has retained it quaint old world charm. Crokes has successfully stood the test of time.