Rosslare Harbour Trails 

Rosslare Harbour walking trails brings an array of interesting landmarks and maritime heritage amidst beautiful scenery and panoramic views

The looped village walk is packed with features for all ages to enjoy. Don’t miss a chance to enjoy a magical visit to the Secret Garden. 

Take in the breath taking view of Rosslare Europort and Tuskar Rock Lighthouse as you walk along the clifftop on the Cliff Walk Trail. 

Getting Here

By Rail: Rosslare Europort Train Station is at the base of the hill below the trailhead (approximately 300m). There are daily services. For more information, please visit Irish Rail’s website

By Road: Take the N25 towards Rosslare Harbour and continue until you arrive in Rosslare Harbour village. You will pass a supermarket on your left and a church on your right. After the supermarket, there is an exit on your left to the car park where the trailhead is located. (Before going down the hill into the port)

Trail Grades

Trail grades give an indication of what to expect when out on a trail.  The grade will give an idea of  the level of fitness and ability required to use the trail.  

Before attempting a trail, it is important to consider the grading to ensure it matches your ability and level of fitness. 

Wexford Walking Trails are graded by Sport Ireland according to their criteria which is explained here. 


Flat smooth trails, suitable for all users including people with reduced mobility, wheelchair users, people with a vision impairment, using crutches, with a buggy, with small children, older people and so on. Normal outdoor footwear can be worn. Source : Sport Ireland


These trails may have some climbs and may have an uneven surface where the going is rough underfoot with some obstacles such as protruding roots, rocks, etc. The routes are appropriate for people with a moderate level of fitness and some walking experience.  Specific outdoor walking footwear and clothing is recommended. Source : Sport Ireland


Generally flat trails with a smooth surface and some gentle slopes or shallow steps. These trails are generally suitable for family groups including children and older people. Normal outdoor footwear can be worn. Source : Sport Ireland


These are physically demanding trails, which will typically have some sections with steep climbs for long periods and the going underfoot can be extremely rough including many obstacles.  Suitable for users accustomed to walking on rough ground and with a high level of fitness. Specific outdoor walking footwear and clothing required. Source : Sport Ireland