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A family-run, bicycle hire, tour, and repair business promoting our locality while offering a top-class biking experience for visitors to County Wexford.
Woodville House & Gardens
Woodville House & Gardens is set in the centre of a working farm and is approached by long avenues through beautiful parkland.
Quiet and tranquil with its banks providing wonderful adventure for children.
A regular holder of the Blue Flag Beach status.
Tulach a' tSolais and Oulart Hill 1798 Battlefield
Take a walk through these key sites of the 1798 Rebellion.
The International Outdoor Adventure Centre, IOAC, is located in Tagoat, Co Wexford.
Cocoa Cookhouse hosts ‘bean to bar’ chocolate making workshops, tastings and parties for adults and children. Located in Co.
Three Looped Walks on Sliabh Bhuí and home to Best Public Park in Ireland 2015.
Wexford Lavender Farm
Ireland's first dedicated, organic Lavender Farm!
Irish National Heritage Park
Begin an unforgettable journey through Ireland's past.
A purpose built indoor playground for children.
Castleview Heights Pitch & Putt
Castleview Heights is a family run business, consisting of a restaurant and 18 hole par three golf course.
Wexford Kayak Safari
We offer safari trips up the River Slaney and other rivers on request.
Kia Ora Mini Farm
Curteencurragh, Gorey, Co. Wexford
Kia Ora Mini Farm is an award winning open farm.
Hawkeye Bird of Prey Experience
Enjoy a 2,000 year old skill showing man and bird working perfectly together.
Dunbrody Abbey is a 12th century Cistercian Monastery.
Killiane Castle golf range has 13 bays and is flood lit. Wexfords only golf range suitable to use your driver. Total length is 275 meters. Only 2 euro for 30 golf balls.
Known as 'The Golden Mile', this is a beautiful sheltered beach which is great for children and also has lovely sand dunes.
Smallchanges Organic Wholefood Store & Coffee Shop
We strive to ensure that healthy, organic and eco friendly products are affordable for everybody.
The Hook Lighthouse and Peninsula
A 13th Century Norman structure, built by the Earl of Pembroke as part of the development of his Lordship of Leinster.