Take a walk on this long and wide sandy beach which has fantastic views and scenic walks.
Life guards are present at the beach throughout the summer months. Clonea holds an International Blue Flag award.
For the young and young at heart, enjoy a bracing jump off of the pier at high tide. This is also a great spot for crab fishing.
Dungarvan and West Waterford Art Trail
The Art Trail includes a number of galleries, studios and workshops.
Cycling and walking
Enjoy the many cycling and walking trails in the area which offer something for every level of ability. Bike hire is available locally if required.
Situated on the coast, there are many options for the water sports enthusiast in the area.
Enjoy a picnic in the woodland of Colligan. With a recently laid out car park and riverside picnic tables it is a great place to head for a walk and picnic. Alternatively you can picnic in Walton Park in Dungarvan which also has a children’s playground.
There are 3 championship golf courses all within 10 minute’s drive of Dungarvan Town. Why not try the Golf Triangle?
Cunnigar Pitch and Putt Club
This magnificent 18 hole Championship course is located in picturesque Dungarvan Bay. Visitors are welcome all year round (weather permitting).
Dungarvan and its surrounds provide an abundance of options for river fishing and Dungarvan Bay Charter Boats cover a wide variety of sea going trips.
Take in the scenery of the Comeragh Mountains and the NireValley or enjoy the panoramic seascapes, cliffs, bays and coves of the Copper Coast.
Walk around Town
Take in the sights of Dungarvan Harbour and Grattan Square. There are a number of shops as well as many quality pubs and restaurants. There is a farmers market in Grattan Square that sells local produce every Thursday from 9.30 am to 2pm. In addition, there is a country market every Friday in Abbeyside between 9.30 am and 1.00 pm
Historical Walking Tours
Join local historian John M Young for an entertaining and informative tour of historical Dungarvan.
The Cunnigar is a sand spit which has formed across the mouth of Dungarvan Bay. It is a haven for nature lovers and bird watchers as many breeds of native Irish birds nest and breed. (Transport to Cunnigar required)
Dungarvan Castle is an Anglo-Norman fortification founded in the 12th century. It is open from the 21st of May to 23rd of September.