Gorey & North Wexford Website.

  • Pirates Cove

    Family Adventure! This is an ideal family activity centre that will keep all the family busy, There are Fun Caves, Advetnure Golf, 10 Pin Bowling, Bumper Boats, bubble Rollers, Pirates Cove Train, Kids Karting and Archade Games. Open daily all Summer. Read More
  • Getting To North Wexford

    Here are some of the ways to get to North Wexford, including Bus, Rail & Car.
  • Village Guide

    View our guide to the local villages and towns in North Wexford.
  • Lifestyle

    The Lifestyle of North Wexford has changed over the years from a strong farming background to a thriving location for a wide variety of businesses and social activities. 


Golfing in North Wexford

Ballymoney Golf Club, Ballymoney (053) 9421976

Situated less than one mile from Ballymoney Village, is an 18 Hole Public Golf Course in a beautiful and tranquil setting with Courteencurragh Wood on its west boundary and is overlooked by the picturesque Tara Hill to the north. Its natural and undulating fairways make it a pleasant course for all golfers. (8am - Dusk) open for green fees at all times and offers great value for money.


Gorey Golf Club, Knockavota, Gorey (053) 9420313

This is a Golf Club with a difference. Here one can enjoy full facilities and no obligation to be a member. Snooker, darts, drinks and snacks are on offer. The Par 3 course is on 22 acres and laid out to Bord Failte standards. As the course is all weather, leagues and competitions are held all year.

Courtown Golf Club, Courtown (053) 9425166

Founded in 1936, has a Par 71 18 Hole course with a highly regarded and testing layout. Every hole has unique features and particular features are the Par 3's. It is a course to be enjoyed by scratch golfer and beginner alike, (weekly membership available).

Seafield Golf & Country Club, Ballymoney Tel - 053 9424777

Breathtaking new championship course. Parkland, Health-Land and seaside combined, Seafield features a stunning 5 Star restaurant overlooking the back 9 and the Irish sea which is also open to the public. Located just off the N11, Less than one hour from Dublin and Rosslare.