From the adventurous and challenging to the refreshing and reinvigorating, the Hook Peninsula offers a myriad of new experiences for all ages and tastes. Cut through the ocean waves for a day’s kite surfing or go kayaking through forgiving tides. Scuba diving in the depths around the famous Lighthouse or lose yourself rod in hand in remote bays in search of hard fighting silver sea bass. Test your mettle quad biking, rock climbing or abseiling from rugged ancient cliffs or cycle at your leisure through scenery that will leave you breathless.
Enjoy an amazing day out fishing for all the family at Loch Mahon. There are four beautiful spring fed lakes to choose from, something to suit all abilities.
The Hook Sub-Aqua Club is based in the Hook Peninsula 20 miles south of New Ross. Diving Enthusiasts will love the Hook area for its exceptionally clear waters (up to 35-40 feet) and the diversity of wrecks.
Visit Loftus Hall and take a tour of this abandoned haunted house with a dark and troubled history. The house remains in its abandoned state since the departure of its previous owner. Let our tour guides take you through the ground floor of Loftus Hall on an interactive tour.
Wexford’s longest established Riding Centre is A.I.R.E approved and is staffed by enthusiastic, highly skilled, qualified people. We offer well-trained horses and ponies, all with superb temperaments, and excellent facilities including both indoor and outdoor arenas, show jumps and cross-country fences.
Large range of land and water sports including Coasteering, Kayaking, Canoeing, Surfing, Rock-climbing, Caving, Archery, Orienteering, Team Challenges and Abseiling. Suitable for young and old alike, whether you wish to learn a new sport or just have fun. Multi-activity summer camps throughout July and August.