Wicklow is a county in the Leinster Province of Ireland; the county is less than an hour's drive from the Dublin City Centre. It is surrounded by remarkable natural landmarks including the Lugnaquilla, the highest mountain range. The area's abundance of natural resources makes it a certified holiday destination for outdoor recreational activities like rafting, fishing and hiking.
- Glendalough Settlement
- Powerscourt Waterfall
- Russborough House in Wicklow
- Bike the Ballinastoe trail system
- Enjoy horseback riding at the Bel-Air Equestrian Centre
- Go shore fishing at Greystones in Wicklow
Surrounded by mountain ranges, Wicklow’s climate can become very unpredictable and can change quite quickly. Winter can be wet and windy at the same time and can stretch to January or February, but the temperature usually does not drop below 0ºC. Warm summers can occur from May to September and high temperatures are most likely in the 15-20°C range and accompanied frequently by rain showers.
Getting There & Around
Visitors can access Wicklow through the Dublin Airport or the two ferry ports in Dún Laoghaire and Rosslare. From the airport, passengers can take buses or shuttle services to the capital's central station, which has connecting buses or trains to the county. Similarly, visitors from the ports can take a train or bus going to the area.
The Irish Rail trains stop at major towns within the county. Several tourists rent minibuses or cars to explore the area leisurely.
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Royal Hotel And Merrill Leisure Club is a family-friendly hotel that offers well-furnished spaces located at the heart of Bray in Wicklow. This cosy hotel places holidaymakers near entertainment... More
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Ideally located in acres of landscaped grounds, the Summerhill House Hotel Wicklow is just minutes from the picturesque village of Enniskerry with its shops, restaurants and pubs. It is also within... More
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This 140 year old building is situated on the seafront and is open from the beginning of June to the end of September. More
Enjoy the old world charm and historical elegance of County Wicklow along with contemporary accommodation, while staying at the Esplanade Hotel Bray. GeneralThe Esplanade Hotel Bray provides... More
Offering comfortable accommodation and quality services, the Wilton Hotel Bray is the perfect base for you to reside whether you are in Dublin for business or pleasure. GeneralThe hotel features 5... More
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Situated on 30-acre greenery overlooking the mountains in The Garden of Ireland, Glenview Hotel & Leisure Club Wicklow makes for an ideal tranquil haven to discerning travellers taking a break or... More
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