Start an adventure you’ll never want to end.
A journey of discovery where there are surprises around every corner.
And, where you’ll definitely find yourself doing things that you never imagined possible.
Yes, you heard us correctly, we’re talking about coming to the coast of Ardmore in County Waterford and literally jumping into the sea.
Experience one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal villages in the world from a completely different perspective.
When you come to Ardmore you’ll travel along the Ireland’s Ancient East and you’ll find magic, adventure, history and beauty everywhere you’ll look.
And, we want to tell you about different type of adventure available that will last you a lifetime.
We want you to start exploring Ardmore from a whole new viewpoint.
Coasteering involves swimming, clambering & climbing along tidal rocky coastlines.
Discover sea-caves. Experience the movement of the swell & see what wildlife you can spot as you jump from sea-cliffs!
Let Ardmore Adventures guide you along this wonderful adventure. They are located next to the beach in the stunning and picturesque Ardmore bay in Waterford – 083 3743889.
Why Not Stay A While
Experience the untamed West Waterford Coast.
There are lots of welcoming Pubs and Hotels to choose from in Ardmore, where you can sample a proper pint of Guinness or any other drink that takes your fancy.
There are also plenty of places to enjoy some tasty local produce on your travels along this part of the Ireland’s Ancient East. Try Whitehorses Restaurant, Shipmates or Breda O Briens wonderful gallery in the heart of village of Ardmore. The well known Round Tower Hotel or Cliff House Hotel also are known for their wonderful dishes.
If you stop by on the last Friday of the month, why not drop into the Round Tower Hotel to mingle with the locals to enjoy a live session with musicians from all over the county and beyond.
We hope that our wonderful Hotels and wide array of Bed and Breakfasts will tempt you to stay for a while longer in our amazing village.