Last modified on 27 October 2012, at 17:00
English: Courtown (, formerly Baile na Trágha, meaning "Home of the Strand"), County Wexford has been a popular summer holiday resort for Dublin people at least since tourists started to arrive in 1863, when the railway line from Dublin reached nearby Gorey. Courtown is situated on the Irish Sea coast. It is also referred to as Courtown Harbour and has merged into the adjoining village of Riverchapel. It lies on the R742 regional road.
Italiano: Courtown, conosciuta anche come Courtown Harbour, è una cittadina nella contea di Wexford, in Irlanda.