Ride the waves this weekend

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12°C sea temperature in Tramore this weekend....time to don the winter wetsuits and surf away the week's cobwebs. Kids just wanna have fun!

Surf Fun

Tramore has some of the best surf schools in the country. TBay Surf club, Tramore Surf School and Freedom Surf School all have loads to offer both kids and adults. The schools offer surf camps all year round and are a great way to get the kids involved in some outdoor fun.

Wild Swimming

A swim in the Guillamenes or Newtown Cove is always another option for the little ones that prefer a swim in the wild (under your watchful eye of course).

Cafe Time

Once all that energy has been burnt off, why not take them for a treat at some of Tramore’s fab cafes? With great sea views, kid-friendly menus and a chilled out atmosphere, Moe’s Cafe does some great pizzas and of course, plenty of sweet treats.

And if the sun stays out, a final stop at the playground will put a smile on their faces (and yours)…let their imagination run wild. Have a great weekend!

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