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County Wicklow : activities and sites to visit

Russborough House

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A seigniorial house which opens its doors to its bedrooms, kitchens and beautifully decorated rooms!

Mottee Stone

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Quite an amazing engraved stone.

Beyond the trees Avondale

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This is the newest tourist attraction in County Wicklow! The Beyond the trees Avondale offers you a unique experience in the forest!

Lough Ouler

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Lough Ouler is a lake in the Wicklow Mountains National Park. Beautiful, it has a heart shape!

The Miners village

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Did you know that Wicklow National Park was once a mining operation? Discover today the Miners village, a historical ruin site!

Athgreany Stone Circle

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The Athgreany Stone Circle is an Irish stone circle located in County Wicklow. A preserved archaeological site, rich in myths and mysteries!

Wicklow Brewery

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Ireland is definitely teeming with interesting microbreweries! Discover their character beers with a 100% Irish taste!






County Wicklow (Contae Chill Mhantáin) is an area of Ireland with an outstanding natural heritage. Wild and authentic, it has the advantage of being close to the Dublin region. Dubliners are used to go for a weekend stroll there, just to get some fresh air.

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Bewitching and timeless landscapes

County Wicklow is valued above all for its wilderness, with its national park and imposing mountains, but also for its rugged coastline, its heavenly beaches and its archaeological heritage (such as the Glendalough site). A true hiker’s paradise, the county offers countless sporting, intellectual and recreational activities. Whether you’re on your own, as a couple or with your family, there’s something for everyone!

For city dwellers, we advise you not to miss the towns of Wicklow, Bray, and Arklow, very pleasant small towns where it is good to walk, visit museums, and taste the local Irish cuisine. The people of the county are quite friendly and friendly, and love to hear how fabulous their country is. Don’t hesitate to go and meet them!