Wicklow County Tourism

South Wicklow


Arklow Bridge

Arklow, Arklow
Arklow is a lively town in the southern corner of county Wicklow.  Arklow  was, in its day, one of the busiest ports in Ireland and a renowned centre for boat building and sea fishing as well as having a fine tradition in the pottery indu


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Aughrim, Aughrim
Aughrim is situated in a very scenic area near where the Ow and Derry Rivers meet surrounded by woodland hills in South County Wicklow. It has won the tidiest town in County Wicklow award from 1996-2005. In this charming neat village, there


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Avoca, Avoca
Avoca (Irish: Abhóca) is a small town near Arklow, in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated on the River Avoca. The Avoca area has been associated with its famous copper mines for many years and the valley has been immortalised by Thomas

Brittas Bay


Brittas Bay, Brittas Bay
Brittas Bay is one of the finest beaches on the East Coast. Brittas Bay has a 5km stretch of beautiful white sand dunes and clean beaches. This beach has won a European Union (EU) Blue Flag – the interntional emblem for the highest qu


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Carnew, Carnew
Carnew is a market town situated in the extreme south of the county almost on the County Wexford border on the R725 Carlow to Gorey Road. The Carnew Training and Development Centre is located at the west end of the town and houses the local


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Redcross, Redcross
Redcross Village is an old style village nestling between gently rolling hills. The village has two shops, a post office, one pub, two caravan parks, a golf course (Par 3), tennis courts, a bowling lawn, wine bar and large sports hall. Redc


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Shillelagh, Shillelagh
Shillelagh village is a seventeen-century, planned estate village with appealing terrace stone houses and a handsome courthouse with clock tower. The authentic Shillelagh Stick has it’s origins in this area and is still handcrafted lo


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Tinahely, Tinahely
Tinahely is a market town in the valley of the Derry River, a tributary of the River Slaney. Destroyed in the 1798 Rebellion, the town was rebuilt in the early 1800’s by Earl Fitzwilliam and thrived as a market town. The old Market / Cour



Woodenbridge, Woodenbridge
Another “Meeting of the Waters” where the Aughrim and Avoca rivers join. The area came to great prominence during the mining period of gold and cooper. A few miles southwest of Woodenbridge is Croghan Kinsella, a mountain at the