Local Attractions

Rosslare is a holiday resort situated in the very south-east of Ireland, at the centre of a long stretch of beach that runs for 8 kilometers from close to the Europort in Rosslare Harbour at one end, towards the ‘Point’ and out into Wexford harbour at the other. The E.U. certified blue flag beach and the naturally pleasant setting that it creates has traditionally been the primary attraction of the area.

However, with more than 100 years of tourists visiting the village (helped in no small part by the train line that connects Rosslare with Dublin, and beyond), Rosslare now also boasts a very wide range of other attractions and services that have developed in keeping with its many visitors varying tastes and needs.

The highly regarded local golf course, which is guaranteed to challenge even the most seasoned of golfers, Kelly’s Hotel, where you will find first class cuisine alongside state of the art beauty and leisure facilities, and the local sports and recreation centre, which boasts facilities for a multitude of sports as well as very popular facilities for kids, are just a few of the attractions which keep Rosslare so popular.

Despite the influx of visitors however, there is no through traffic in the village and the pace never gets too frantic, and with the sea never too far away, it always remains an ideal setting to relax and un-wind.. and perfect for letting the kids come and go and do their thing.

For a low-down on all of the attractions and ammenities that Rosslare has to offer, we recommend that you browse the Rosslare Holiday Resort Official Page which will provide you with details of upcoming events and is stuffed with all of the information you will need to learn about the area and get the most out of your visit.

And if there is any other information that you may need, please do not hesitate to contact us personally.

Rosslare's 'blue flag' Beach

Rosslare's 'Blue Flag' Beach

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Rosslare Golf Club's famous links course

A Cruise Ship on the Horizon

A Ferry Boat on the Horizon