Lap Dancing Clubs in Co Waterford

Co Waterford is on the south coast of Ireland, just to the east of Cork, in the province of Munster. The main city and county town is Waterford (Ireland’s oldest city or so they say) on the south coast, the other larger towns are Dungarvan and Tramore. Dungarvan was the country seat until 2014 when the two Waterfords (south and north) merged.

The town of Waterford is famous worldwide for its fine collectable Waterford Crystal products, which is still made in the same way after hundreds of years and you can see it being made in the museum as well as buy some in the extensive fine crystal shop. Waterford has made items like chandeliers, trophies, art and dinner sets for Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle and other prestigious clients around the world.

There are two strip venues in the town, Secrets and The Gentlemans Club both in the city centre. Give them a visit if you are passing by, they are both near the town centre. Its not far to Cork which also has a few and Killarney which is one of the most popular holidaying destinations in Ireland with many hotels, walks and restaurants. If you are local or venturing away from Dublin this definitely one of the places you should try and visit.

The name comes from the Viking ‘vadre-fyord’, because of the River Suir which runs through the town making the boundary to Co Kilkenny. There is a Viking Visitors Centre called Reginald’s Tower in an area called ‘Vikings Triangle’. The city even has a Norse re-enactment group.

The region has various festivals for you to enjoy, local foodie treats like Blaah bread, food festivals and The Copper Coast which is a UNESCO heritage site. Go for that or just go for the craic, there’s always something to see in County Waterford!