County Wexford is a fantastic tourist destination in Ireland, with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year.
Often referred as the sunniest county in Ireland, it’s no surprise that County Wexford’s top attractions tend to encompass the charming coastline. Curracloe Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Ireland with charming soft sands and Blue Flag status, it is ideal for the whole family, including your four-legged friends. The Irish National Heritage Park is a great way to explore more of the local history. Jump back into Ireland’s past in this open-aired museum, which lies on the picturesque River Slaney. Hook Lighthouse is the oldest operational lighthouse in the world and visitors flock from across the globe to admire the truly iconic Wexford landmark.
One of the most popular beaches in Ireland, Curracloe’s soft golden sand entices visitors to explore their beautiful surrounding, search for wildlife and enjoy some relaxing sunbathing.
Situated on Hook Head at the tip of the Hook Peninsula, this lighthouse and heritage centre was constructed more than 800 years. Today you can enjoy guided tours whilst hearing fascinating excerpts of medieval history.
Loftus Hall is a large mansion on the Hook Peninsula rumoured to be haunted by the devil and by the ghost of a young woman. Explore this chilling property if you dare!