Duncannon is a unique seaside village, standing proud, overlooking the Waterford Estuary in the Sunny South East of Ireland. Full of beauty and charm, there are breathtaking views everywhere you turn. From the tranquil mile long beach, to the idyllic fishing harbour sheltered by Duncannon Fort, it's the perfect destination for a relaxing getaway or family adventure.
The Community Hall is situated beside the Star of the Sea Church at the top of the village, overlooking the estuary. With a large sports room, three meeting rooms, toilets, and kitchen facilities.
Available for parties, meetings, classes, events and lots more.
St. Patrick's Day Parade
Duncannon Sandsculpting Festival
Halloween Spooktacular Parade
Turning on the Christmas Lights
The Norman Way is a heritage trail that runs along the south coast of County Wexford. The Normans first arrived in 1169 when three ships landed at Bannow Bay. It wasn't long before they infiltrated the rest of the county as more landings took place along the coast. Discover authentic medieval sites in Duncannon and the surrounding areas which will help you to understand the Norman way of life.
This cycling route actually follows the course of the Norman Way and goes through Duncannon. Many of the sites along the way have bike racks and benches installed at them.