Avoca (“Abhóca” in Gaelic) is a village in Ireland located in County Wicklow. Built on the banks of the river of the same name, Avoca is known above all for its tourist attraction, as well as for its incomparable craftsmanship in fabrics and tweed.
Avoca is a small village on a human scale like we like them. Here, the inhabitants all know each other, and share good mood and conviviality.
The village is visited every year by thousands of tourists, who come to discover the famous “Avoca Mill”, a spinning mill specialized in the creation of tweed, woolens and other famous fabrics.
The village is also known for its important mining past: from 1720 until 1982 the valley was an important copper mining site.
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