Dungarvan and Tramore have been recognised among Ireland's top ten seaside towns and villages, in a report compiled by Irish Central.
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Also included in the list were towns and villages in Sligo, Donegal, Clare, Cork, Galway and Wexford.
The report described Dungarvan as a 'thriving seaside market town'.
"Nestled beneath the Comeragh Mountains in Waterford is a thriving seaside market town, Dungarvan. The town overlooks the beautiful Dungarvan Bay and is a wonderful spot to spend some time while exploring the beauty of the southeast coast."
The website also acknowledged Tramore as the South-East's premier destination for tourists, acknowledging the wealth of activities available to holiday makers.
"Tramore is the southeast’s top destination for holidaymakers and is jam-packed with amenities, from top-class accommodation to Splashworld, surfing, fishing, hiking, horse riding, golf and even an amusement park. In addition to the wonderful surroundings and the great outdoors, there’s a huge amount to do."
The other eight places included were:
Enniscrone, County Sligo.
Bundoran, County Donegal.
Lahinch, County Clare.
Clonakilty, County Cork.
Strandhill, County Sligo.
Clifden, County Galway.
Cape Clear, County Cork.
Curracloe, County Wexford.