Ballyteige Burrow, Kilmore, County Wexford
South Wexford Coast • 28m
Explore Ballyteige Burrow, a designated Special Area of Conservation (SAC), in Trek Ireland in the South Wexford Coast guided virtual tour series.
This area is famously known as 'The Sunny South-East' as it receives the most amount of bright sunshine anywhere in Ireland. Within this area is a collection of protected natural heritage sites consisting of complex dune systems that are now over 2,000 years old that are home to a wide variety of plant and animal life such as rabbits, hares, stoats, and hedgehogs.
Ballytiege Burrow guided virtual tour audio transcript of local guide and naturalist Jim Hurley
English, French, and German subtitles are available for each tour.
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