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Pubs, bars and restaurants all over the place. The craic is mighty.
SabrinaSummerville Says: The ruins of this fortified Church are a stunning site to explore in Templetown, overlooking the sea in the Ring of Hook area. Templetown is just before you enter the Hook peninsula and you will pass through it en route to Hook.The ruins are situated almost directly opposite...
SabrinaSummerville Says: Anyone who's read about the adventures of te Knights Templar will have to pay a visit to Templetown. Just think of the origin of that name and you will immediately realise that the Knights once had a base here. The lands in this area were given to them by King Henry II and...
SabrinaSummerville Says: If you follow the Ring of Hook drive, you will inevitably arrive at Hook Head and accordingly Hook Lighthouse.I visit here regularly as it's a magnificent place to come at any time of the year.Even on a Summer's day it's a bit blustery and the wind whips up the waves around...
Spent a week kitesurfing in some great beaches in Wexford, Duncannon,Rosslare and Curracloe Got an advanced Kitesurfing lessons from Niall Roche at www.hookedkitesurfing.ie
some hidden gems in the south east of Ireland
Equipment: For the kitesurfing lessons i used a 5mm as i didn't have a 3mm for summer months
Updated Nov 10, 2009