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Cliffs in Tramore, Ireland

by ditzrdhd Online Now May 19, 2008 at 9:28 AM

I am new here so let me see if I can make a go of it.
I went to the cliffs in Tramore in 2004, and I am wanting to help a friend plan a trip, is there a "real" name for the cliffs, or is it just the cliffs of Tramore? The place we went was where the diving board is, and says men's only club or something like that. Please help.
Thanks,
Diana

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    Re: Cliffs in Tramore, Ireland

    by pure1942 Online Now May 19, 2008 at 2:37 PM

    Hi,
    I fairly sure the place your referring to is called Guillamene swimming area at Newtown Cove just outside Tramore.
    All the best
    Brian

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    Re: Cliffs in Tramore, Ireland

    by pure1942 Online Now May 19, 2008 at 2:42 PM

    BTW. It's not a men only club - just incase anybody is offended ;)The sign is from decades ago when the area was a men only bathing spot but everybody is welcome now!!! The sign is only there as an historical reference.

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    Re: Cliffs in Tramore, Ireland

    by ditzrdhd Online Now May 19, 2008 at 3:23 PM

    Ohhhh crap lol, I guess I should have said it was a sign from the past. I hope I didn't upset anyone :( I thought it was funny as heck when I saw it, men sheesh.....lol
    And thank you, thank you, thank you.............that's it!!!!

    Diana

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    Re: Cliffs in Tramore, Ireland

    by SabrinaSummerville Online Now Jul 12, 2008 at 5:33 AM

    Yes, it's the Guillamines. Best time to go there is Christmas morning for the charity swim.

    While you're there take the short walk to the Metal Man, which is the trio of monuments on the cliffs that can be seen from the beach.

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