Annestown Beach

by | 5 Jul 2019 | Waterford

August 2010

Annestown is an attractive beach with a wide stretch of sand when the tide is out. This is another good place for families as there is a sheltered area to the left and various pools and rocks for kids to explore.

The water here can be a bit wavy so it’s a good place for children, and adults, to bring their boards.

There is a decent sized car park which leads across stones to the beach. It isn’t wheelchair accessible and you will have to carry your buggy a short distance.

The car park area has one picnic table with nice views across the beach.


From Dungarvan take the R675 toward Tramore and the beach is signposted after you pass through Annestown village.

Ordnance Survey Discovery Series Map No. 82

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