Month: May 2023

Glendalough’s Monastic Sites with Round Tower, Co. Wicklow
Around Carlow
County Wicklow
National Monument

Glendalough’s Monastic Sites, Co. Wicklow

On my visit in September 2021, I explored Glendalough’s Monastic Sites with Round Tower. It is the historical focal point of Glendalough Valley and the starting point for most visits to the area. One of Ireland’s iconic and most beautiful visitors destinations is Glendalough in County Wicklow. Glendalough in Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning “Valley […]

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Jack White’s Inn, Co. Wicklow
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County Wicklow

Jack White’s Inn, Co. Wicklow

After spending a fab time at stunning Brittas Bay Beach, we were looking for a nice place for dinner. And we found this interesting restaurant called Jack White’s Inn. Jack White’s Inn is a pub and restaurant in Ballinapark Brittas Bay, County Wicklow. Located at the famous junction 19 on N11 road. In a zone […]

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Brittas Bay Beach, Co. Wicklow
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County Wicklow

Brittas Bay Beach, Co. Wicklow

Brittas Bay Beach is arguably one of Ireland’s most well-known beaches. County Wicklow is better known for Wicklow Mountains National Park but the county’s coastline has also some stunning beaches worth visiting. Located on the east coast of the island in County Wicklow, Brittas Bay is a popular destination for holidays, with many visitors making […]

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Hero Mine and Dressing Floors, Glendasan, Co. Wicklow
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County Wicklow

Hero Mine Glendasan, Co. Wicklow

During the exploration of The Wicklow Mountains National Park, we walked to the place called the Hero Mine and Dressing Floors. Located in Glendasan Valley, County Wicklow, it is an area of archeological, historical, and natural heritage importance. The Wicklow Mountains have a rich mining history. In Avoca mined Copper, and in Glenmalure, Glendasan, and […]

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Around Carlow
County Wicklow

Wicklow Mountains National Park, Co. Wicklow

Wicklow Mountains National Park is a huge impressive 205-square-kilometer (51,000-acres) protected area in County Wicklow with lakes, forest, and well-maintained walking trails. This magnificent Park is the largest of the six national parks in Ireland. It is also the only one located in the east of the country. 6 Amazing National Parks to visit in […]

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Carlow Attractions
Historic Houses

Lisnavagh House

Lisnavagh House is located in Lisnavagh Estate. The estate of 800 acres of parkland, woods, and farmland lies outside the village of Rathvilly in County Carlow. Situated on the County Carlow and County Wicklow border about an hour or so from Dublin. Moreover, Lisnavagh Estate is striking panoramic views of the Wicklow Hills, Blackstairs Mountains, […]

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