Ireland's Copper Coast runs for about 17 km (around 10 miles) along the Irish Sea from Kilfarrasy to Stradbally in County Waterford, on the east coast of the island. It's named for the copper mining which once took place here before the resource was depleted. The area has been designated as a "geopark" by UNESCO, one of the only such sites in Ireland. The Copper Coast is also noted for its 450 million year old geological formations. You can check it out from above in this drone video by waterfordepiclocations.