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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 ruin), built by the Norman’s on an earlier Irish fortification in the territory of the O’ Byrne’s. Constructed in the period between 1177 and 1184 by Hugh de Lacy then governor of Ireland under Henry 11, the Castle called Newcastle Mackynegan, became a major stronghold in the outer fortifications of the Pale.

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 53.073355
Longitude: -6.057185

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National Garden Exhibition Centre

  • Delgany
  • fredwicklow
  • Attractions
Description:  The exhibition contains over 20 permanent gardens each designed by some of Ireland’s top designers and landscapers. They are of varying sizes, styles and...

Birds Ireland.com

  • Kilcoole
  • wicklownews
  • Activities
BIRDS IRELAND is the company of Eric Dempsey and is based in The Lodge at Sycamore Hill, Newcastle, Co Wicklow. Eric is a Professional Birdwatcher,...

East Coast Wetlands & Nature Reserve

  • Kilcoole
  • fredwicklow
  • Activities
BirdWatch Ireland is restoring a wetland nature reserve in Blackditch, Newcasle as part of a...

Glen Mill Golf Club

  • Newcastle
  • fredwicklow
  • Activities
Exclusive Par 3 golf course. Green fees €12.50 weekdays and €15.00 weekends and bank holidays....

Newcastle

  • Newcastle
  • fredwicklow
  • Mid-East Wicklow
Newcastle is situated on a link road that runs along the East Coast from Bray...

Cloncallow Gardens - Kitchen - Studio

  • Newcastle
  • fredwicklow
  • Attractions
Cloncallow is open to private group bookings from June to September Cloncallow garden covers an...
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