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WELCOME TO THE IOAC!
Looking for Fun Outdoor Adventures or to Camp out we have you covered!!
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
Wexford Kayak Safari
We offer safari trips up the River Slaney and other rivers on request.
Vinegar Hill Battlefield
The most famous site of the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford.
Rosegarland Estate is a secluded 650 acre country estate which is uniquely unspoilt and untouched by time.
Sew Fun Studios Wexford teaches the principles of fashion design and the art of sewing to girls and boys aged 7 – 13 years.
The Walks of Wexford
Information on a diverse range of walks around County Wexfrod.
Sailing Ireland is an ISA accredited sailing and yacht charter company based in Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford.
The International Outdoor Adventure Centre, IOAC, is located in Tagoat, Co Wexford.
Enjoy the indoor/outdoor family experience at Archery for ALL. Fully accessible to all abilities and ages.
Pirates of all ages will enjoy swashbuckling fun at the sunny South East's leading family entertainment centre, Pirates Cove in Courtown Harbour.
Irish Agricultural Museum and Johnstown Castle Gardens
A wonderful day out for all the family - whatever the weather.
A fabulous long, sandy Blue Flag beach.
Blackwater Open Farm
Visit us for a fun day out for the whole family, meet the animals, play in the playground, ride the tractors and enjoy a bite to eat at our restaurant.
There is so much to see and do while in Wexford so why not combine it all on a custom tour, designed just for you!
A regular holder of the Blue Flag Beach status.
This is the only surviving complete windmill in the Republic of Ireland. The key is available from the Millhouse Bar and Restaurant, Tacumshane.
Irish National Heritage Park
Begin an unforgettable journey through Ireland's past.
Hook Head Safari
Explore and experience Hook Head like never before!
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.