You are literally on the beach in our Copper Coast Holiday Park, with two entrances to a gorgeous beach and plenty more that surround it this really is your very own beach life!
The Copper Coast Holiday Park is very close to BunMahon and Tramore. This holiday park is a sandy beach life paradise. With a children’s playground beside it and those gorgeous beaches, it is ideally suited for families.
This sunny seaside location is the place to be this and every summer. To find out more about The Copper Coast Holiday Park please contact us on 01 458 9410 or use our contact form.
The Copper Coast is a stretch of the southern coast of Ireland in County Waterford. It is named for the historic metal-mining industry, the legacies of which now constitute a tourist attraction. This geologically diverse area contains records of Palaeozoic volcanism and the last ice age.
A warm friendly welcome awaits you and your family at the family run Copper Coast Mini Farm, Waterford. It is fun and educational for all the family, a safe child- friendly environment where kids can interact with the animals. Some animals are native to Ireland whereas some are of the more exotic kind.
Enjoy warm balmy temperatures all year round in the South East's biggest, brightest & best indoor water park! Wild & Wonderful Wave Machine - Indoor / Outdoor Water Slides - Bubble Pool - Paddle Pool - Water Cannons - Roaring Rapids - Splash Slides - Steam Room - 25m Pool
The Copper Hen Restaurant is located above Mother McHugh’s Pub on The Copper Coast, in Fenor Village on the Coast Road between Tramore and Dungarvan, in county Waterford, the sunny south east of Ireland.
BLEU on Strand Street in Tramore, a casual dining bistro cooking Mediterranean inspired food sourced locally. Specialising in fresh local seafood and dry aged steaks cooked by chef owner Merwin Casey. Some would say he cooks the best chowder in the South East.
Experience the beauty of the Suir Valley from a period carriage as you take in the panoramic views of the river,and rolling farmland of Waterford and across the river to County Kilkenny. The track runs mostly along the picturesque banks of the River Suir offering views of the world famous Mount Congreve Gardens. This is an area rich in history and only accessible by train.
When the conditions are right the surf along the Co. Waterford coastline is on par with some of the worlds best surf spots. Dotted along Waterford’s spectacular coastline are the most coveted beaches and coves in Ireland. The most popular surf spot in Co. Waterford is Tramore. Tramore is regarded as one of the top surfing and outdoor adventure spots in Ireland with three world class surfing schools located right on the beach.
Irish shore angling is among the best in Europe. You can fish from the banks of rivers and streams, the shorelines of lakes and ponds, and in the surf on the coast.Shore Angling is one of the most popular forms of sport. It can be divided into three forms; beach, rock or pier. Beach anglers most often seek bass, ray or flounder, while rock anglers look for pollack, wrasse, mackerel or ray. If you prefer pier fishing the fish you most likely to catch is mullet, dogfish, ray or flounder
“Thank you Harry we couldn't be happier the kids spend all day on the beach, and the sunsets!!!”
“Our first weekend and sun came out on our new decking! The park looks gorgeous too, thanks Harry .”
“Fantastic our first Summer in Bunmahon, between the beach and Tramore it went to quickly, the kids are already raring to go, thanks Harry!”
“Thanks Harry and Essie for all your help, we had our first BBQ on our new decking last night!”
“We were waiting a good while to get a spot in your Copper Coast park, thanks so much for all your help moving, less than 1 minute to the beach!!”.