Saltmills (Irish: Muileann an tSaile) is a small coastal village located in south-west county Wexford.
Saltmills is a rural coastal village with a population of around 200 people located at the head of a small inlet that enters Bannow Bay. The inlet gives Saltmills some interesting coastal features for filmmakers. Spanning the inlet is the 1800s granite Tintern Bridge. Mudflats form at the mouth of the inlet and are accessible from the village.
The village got its name from the medieval mills that once existed near the village.
Tintern Abbey is 3.5km away and sits on the opposide end of the same inlet as the village.
Just 3km away from the village is the Wreck of the Port Lairge.
Parking is available by the mass rock by the shore. Fits around 5 cars.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Saltmills, Co. Wexford
District Manager, New Ross Municipal District