Wicklow County Tourism

Mid-East Wicklow


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Ashford, Ashford
The scenic village of Ashford is home to the famous Mount Usher Gardens. It is a charming area with breathtaking scenery within minutes. Ashford has an interesting selection of places to stay and an array of activities to partake in. On the


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Glenealy, Glenealy
The picturesque village of Glenealy is just 8 km away from Wicklow Town. It is marked by fields and forests on all sides, and is a rapidly growing community. Glenealy is most noted for it’s Women’s Camogie team and equestrian ba

Laragh & Glendalough

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Laragh & Glendalough, Laragh Glendalough
Laragh (Irish: An Láithreach, meaning Site (or ruins) of a Building) is a small picturesque village in County Wicklow, Ireland. It lies at the junction of three roads through the Wicklow Mountains ( R115, R755 and R756) and is primarily kn



Newcastle, Newcastle
Newcastle is situated on a link road that runs along the East Coast from Bray to Wicklow Town. The village is very close to the beach, which is excellent for walking and shore fishing. An Caislean Nua takes its name from the Castle (now a r


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Rathdrum, Rathdrum
Rathdrum (Irish: Ráth Droma, meaning Ringfort of the Ridge) is a village in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated high on the western side of the beautiful Avonmore Valley and offers the tourist majestic views of the River Avonmore, whic



Rathnew, Rathnew
Between Ashford and Wicklow Town lies Rathnew, which is the location for two luxury Hotels. Hunter’s Hotel, one of Ireland’s oldest coaching inns, with beautiful gardens located on the River Vartry and Tinakilly Country House which nest


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Roundwood, Roundwood
Roundwood (Irish: An Tochar, meaning The Causeway) is a village in County Wicklow, Ireland. It was listed as having a population of 518 in the census of 2002. It is located on the R755 road which is part of the main route from Dublin to Gle

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Wicklow Town, Wicklow Town
Wicklow Town is the capital town of Co. Wicklow.  According to local history, the town was founded circa 795AD by the Vikings. The Black Castle ruins which overlook the harbour stand as a reminder of the Norman invasion. One of the town