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Kilmore Quay, a small fishing village in the south-east corner of Ireland. Wexford Ireland, Travel Pictures, Travel Pics, Ireland Homes, Irish Blessing, Walkabout, Emerald Isle, Fishing Villages, Where The Heart Is

Dutchie on walkabout

Wexford to Hook Head Another road trip today. Beautiful weather throughout which is a nice change after all the rain this summer. We started out the day by an unexpected pilgrimage, we spotted an old...

Kilmore Quay is a beautiful traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford. It is an un-spoilt village with thatched cottages. Irish Traditions, Fishing Villages, The Gathering, Yachts, Walks, Cottages, Islands, Coastal, Cruise

The Gathering Cruise

Kilmore Quay is a beautiful traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford. It is an un-spoilt village with thatched cottages...

Saltee Cottage - Lovely end-terrace cottage in renovated barn, 1 mile from quaint Kilmore Quay in Co. Views across sea and Saltee Islands. Terrace, Garage Doors, To Go, Barn, Cottage, House Styles, Places, Outdoor Decor, Home Decor

Saltee Cottage | Kilmore Quay, County Wexford | Kilmore Quay | Self Catering Holiday Cottage

Saltee Cottage - Lovely end-terrace cottage in renovated barn, 1 mile from quaint Kilmore Quay in Co. Wexford. Views across sea and Saltee Islands. Rosslare 12 miles.

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Kilmore Quay

Kilmore Quay on the south coast of Ireland is everything you might imagine a fishing village to be. It is the kind of place where nautical themes abound......where brilliant blues cosy up beside sparkling whites......a place where dogs take themselves for walks.The village starts atop a hill; the road lined with pretty little thatched cottages.Up close, the thatch…