Use our County Wicklow Travel Guide to plan your next holiday in County Wicklow
Our County Wicklow Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and how to get to County Wicklow
Known as the Garden of Ireland, County Wicklow is a walker’s paradise and a climber’s playground. You’ll have the best of mountains and sea for a truly unforgettable staycation!
Our County Wicklow Travel Guide
Located on the east coast of Ireland, County Wicklow is just south of Dublin and a wonderful rural setting when visiting Ireland’s capital. Our travel guide will help you plan your holiday so as not to miss a thing!
Pet-friendly County Wicklow cottages are a popular choice, thanks to the county’s unspoiled walking routes, including the Wicklow Way. It winds right through the Wicklow Mountains National Park, which is the largest in Ireland and maps Ireland’s religious and farming history.
Outdoor adventurers will find their home here with Powerscourt Waterfall and the Ballinastoe Mountain Bike Trail. Meanwhile, the coastal town of Bray welcomes Bray Head Cliff walkers to stop for lunch, stroll along the promenade or try kayaking and surfing on Bray Seafront.
A visit to the town of Wicklow will bring you to the ruins of Black Castle and The Abbey Grounds, whilst more history awaits further afield in County Wicklow. A visit to the 18th-century Russborough House & Park and National Botanic Gardens in Kilmacurragh will certainly complete your trip.
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