From mainland to islands, Wexford is immersed in history, culture and magnificent landscapes...
From ancient high kings to modern day poets, saints and scholars to ramblers and fishermen, Ireland's Ancient East pulsates with legendary tales, Click on the link below to prepare for a real life journey through this mystical place.
Wexford Beaches: Wexford is home is over 200 km of unspoiled coastline and coves ready for exploration. From the famous Rosslare Strand to St Helen's Bay and the panoramic Duncannon to Curracloe, there are plenty of seaside views to enjoy. Check out Visit Wexford to find out what's happening throughout your stay.
Hook Lighthouse and Peninsula: One of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world, Hook Lighthouse offers daily guided tours with spectacular views.
Johnstown Castle and Irish Agricultural Museum: Johnstown Castle is a jewel in the crown of Wexford with ornamental grounds, historic castles and a museum showcasing a vast amount of historical artefacts.
Kilmore Quay: Kilmore is a beautiful fishing village renowned for it's white thatched houses and relaxed seaside atmosphere.
Dunbrody Famine Ship: An exact replica of the famous 19th century ship which rests along New Ross quay.
Loftus Hall: Located in the Hook Penninsula and rumoured to be the most haunted house in Ireland. Guided tours available if you dare!
Wexford Opera House: This stunning landmark is nestled in the heart of Wexford Town and is Ireland's first custom-built opera house.
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