Warm your heart and mind with the romance and culture of the Wexford Opera and Fringe festivals, spot a whale off the Hook or take a stroll amongst through the magical Raven wildlife reserve : the options are endless in Wexford. Enniscorthy town and nearby Ferns are treasure troves of history with Enniscorthy and Ferns Castles, National 1798 Centre, Pugin's St Aidan's Cathedral and the iconic Vinegar Hill which has been a tourism draw for over 200 years! Golden sandy beaches like Curracloe, Courtown and Rosslare are a bye word for family fun for generations of Irish people. Duncannon and Kilmore Quay have some fantastic sea food restaurants. Bunclody is a great area for the adventurous types and tourists who love hill walking and mountain biking! Look no further than our Wexford Top Attractions page for more ideas!
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Ireland's best Kite surfing!
Wexford is one of the best places in Ireland to Kite surf - what are you waiting for?!
Enniscorthy Town - History and Heritage
Enniscorthy Castle, National 1798 Centre, Pugin's St Aidan's Cathedral, Vinegar Hill all within walking distance of each other - Enniscorthy is a window through Ireland long and sometimes troubled past.
5 Driving Routes from Wexford
Five inspiring routes show casing the best Wexfor tourism has to offer - The Urban Triangle, By Hook or By Crooke, The Island Drive, The Three Rivers, Castles & Coast
Wexford Garden Trail
Explore of Wexford's beautiful and historic gardens.
Pugin Trail Wexford - Architectural Icon
Credited with the interior design of the Palace of Westminster, London and pioneer of the Gothic Revival style Augustus Pugin left a huge mark on the architectural landscape of County Wexford.