Youghal Heritage Trail
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beegal
Iowa City, IA148 contributions
Sep 2022
The woman at the tourist office was super helpful: making a call for us to a boat charter company, urging us to see their history exhibit, and pointing out places to visit on the map. It is located by the water and we had to ask two people before we finally found our way there, but it was so worth the stop.
Written 21 September 2022
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Kamil M
4 contributions
Jan 2020
I am not happy to write about it, but my last experience from visiting Youghal was very disgusting !!! Dog poop on the footpaths ,street ,beach and boardwalk . My child was playing with the sand on the beach and had hands dirty with the poop .Bicycle tyres dirty as well . Everyone should be able to enjoy this beautiful place ,but it is hard when you have to be careful not to step on the poop .This place is like minefield of poop ! It looks like dog owners are complete ignorants. Time to do something about it ! They should start thinking about other people especially kids and people on the wheelchairs . At the moment this place is not safe !
Written 5 January 2020
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SweetgemBelfast
Belfast70 contributions
May 2019 • Family
Youghal is a scenic town located by the sea. The historic walk is easy to do. It takes you around the historic area and where Sir Walter Raleigh lived. The churches are fascinating and have a lot of history attached to them. There is also a lovely garden to visit and seaside area. We thought it was great.
Written 27 May 2019
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734runner
Drogheda, Ireland261 contributions
Nov 2018 • Couples
The historic quarter of Youghal is well worth a look around. There is a faded glory about it all . From the clock tower to the Catholic church to Raleigh house to the alms house and walshes tower is a short circuit and should be done by all visitors to the town
Written 4 November 2018
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Anne F
19 contributions
Oct 2018 • Friends
After arriving in Galway with my Friend Margaret, and did some shopping,we then drove out to Salthill& Had an amazing Lunch in The Beautiful Galway Bay Hotel, Their was a lovely Young Man working in Bar , came down to us with the menu& had the most friendly smile & manners to us , Emrick i think was his name. I had Turkey & Ham & my frend had lovely tender roast Beef, served with lovely veg & potatoes, just mouth watering & Hot. The hotel was extremely busy as Their was A big Conference on that day.As always when visit this Hotel , The Deputy manager Stephen, came over to welcome us as well as Guiding all the other guests who were there for conference to their seating for their lunches. Well done Stephen & Thank you sooh much Ur kindness & welcome to us & that big smile, all staff on that day 11th were excellent. Food & hotel Staff are of high standards. Big Kudos to you all, Stephen , Emerick, Chiara & Emma & not Forgetting John .Will be back soon.😊
Written 1 November 2018
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Stephanie T
Salem, OR52 contributions
Jul 2018
The Heritage Trail is a great way to see a quick slice of the history of Youghal. Among other sights, you see the city gates, the old jail, and the walkway to the cells. There is a garden (complete with cannon), and of course the city walls. A nice hike with informative placards with historical information.
Written 24 July 2018
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Annesophie1989
Carlow, Ireland38 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
Highly recommend, amazing views!!
Not great with a wheelchair or buggy but it is well worth it!

Lgbtq+ friendly
Written 3 July 2018
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia15,863 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
Best way to see the historical sites, of this wonderful town. With map in hand (which we got from the info centre) and the downloaded App. We proceeded on the heritage trail which we found, to be incredibly interesting, (allow plenty of time to take it all in). The highlight of the trail was exploring The Raleigh Quarter, (an in depth self guided tour of St Mary's Collegiate Church and area). Definitely a must do when visiting Youghal.
Written 24 September 2017
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AnitaGod
Cork, Ireland36 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
I hope you sang that title because I just cackled like a maniac at my own joke.
Anyway. The heritage trail is a great way to get to know the town, old and new. Fine weather would probably be preferable but we were there on an overcast day and still got good views over the town. We went into the Clock Gate Tower and St Mary's Collegiate Church. Walking through the College Gardens, we marvelled at just how well Youghal's historic sites have been preserved. That those gardens can be seen on the oldest maps of the town is a small wonder and something to be proud of.
Written 23 September 2017
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Jean H
19 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
The views were amazing. If I have a criticism it is that the sign posting along the route could be better
Written 23 August 2017
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