What to see in County Wicklow?
Check out all the places I’ve been visiting in County Wicklow.
If you looking for a scenic not crowded trail in the Wicklow area, then explore Glen Beach Cliff Walk. It`s an amazing trail with stunning views of the cliffs and beaches where you can see grey seals. Far less popular than Wicklow’s famous cliff walk spans between Bray and Greystones. But just as beautiful is […]Read More
On my holiday in August, I visited one of the most beautiful houses and gardens in Ireland. The world-famous Powerscourt House & Gardens. So, located in Enniskerry in County Wicklow, Powerscourt Estate (Irish: Eastát Chúirt a Phaoraigh) is one of Ireland’s leading tourist attractions. It is a large country estate that is noted for its […]Read More
Baltinglass is a small town in County Wicklow in a rural area at the western edge of the Wicklow Mountains. It is a lovely town, I have been there before and visited Baltinglass Abbey and St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church. Baltinglass is located on both sides of the River Slaney in West Wicklow, joined by […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Rathgall Hillfort or Ring of the Rath is a large multivallate hill fort in County Wicklow. Located near the Shillelagh village, about 6 km east of Tullow in County Carlow and only a 3-minute drive from Rathwood. It is one of the largest and most impressive stone hillforts in Ireland. It is called Rathgall but […]Read More
St. Joseph’s Church Baltinglass is a majestic granite catholic church, that I went to see after visiting Baltinglass Abbey. This church is located on the main street of Weaver’s Square, in Baltinglass Town, County Wicklow. It amazed me that a small country town like Baltinglass was able to raise such a lavish church building. It is well […]Read More
Baltinglass is a town in southwest County Wicklow. Located on the River Slaney near the border with County Carlow and County Kildare, on the N81 road. When I was passing through Baltinglass I always admired the view of the surrounding hills of the area. Baltinglass Hills, Baltinglass Abbey, and St Mary’s Church – Baltinglass Church […]Read More
World Chocolate Day is celebrated annually on the 7th of July. So this is a perfect occasion to visit “the most chocolate place” in County Carlow. And it is the Chocolate Garden of Ireland. Located between Tullow and Shillelagh, Chocolate Garden is a place trendy among all ages. Like school trips, preschoolers, company integration meetings, […]Read More