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This is Wexford; the cornerstone of Ireland’s Ancient East, steeped in heritage and rich with history. This is Wexford; with its dramatic landscapes and breath taking views and a diversity of walking trails from which to explore them.
This is Wexford; with an assortment of towns, exciting family attractions and outdoor activities for every enthusiast. This is Wexford, with movie-star beaches and a salty sea spray, where fish and chips and ice creams cones are a staple walking barefoot in sand.
Explore Wexford’s Castle + Conquests and immerse yourself in a feeling of freedom where the tales of Vikings come to life”
Liam Byrne, a 4th generation farmer and his wife Sinead started their water buffalo farm in January 2016, with a view to bringing something unique and natural to the Irish market. Liam and Sinead’s herd of water buffalo, are raised on their family farm, 9 miles south of Gorey town, in Ballygarrett, Co. Wexford. Although […]
In 1166, Diarmuid MacMurrough was ousted as King of Leinster, fled Ireland and sought help from Henry II. Henry gave Diarmuid permission to recruit mercenaries and authorised his subjects to help Diarmuid. In May 1169 the Normans first landed in Ireland at Bannow Bay in Wexford. They set about conquering Leinster and the territories over […]
At Treacys Hotel Enniscorthy, you will be treated to a very warm welcome, gracious hospitality and a superior standard of personal friendly service. Combining contemporary glamour with old world elegance perfectly located in the bustling town of Enniscorthy, generating a hub of activity on your doorstep. Uniquely located in Enniscorthy Town. Just an hour’s drive […]
Detached stone cottage situated beside working farm on a quiet country road, within walking distance of Grange beach with fine sea views of Bannow bay and the Saltee Islands. The village of Fethard-on-Sea is about 2km away for nearest pub, restaurant and shop. The Hook peninsula has numerous beaches, ideal for swimming and snorkelling deep […]
With its brighter weather and longer evenings, Summer is the season for a road trip, where you can explore hidden land marks, meet interesting locals, and visit little towns you never knew existed. One of Ireland’s greatest road trips is an exploration of Wexford’s movie-star beaches. A surfer’s paradise, Wexford boasts over 25 different […]
The top five spots to load up on delicious sugar while visiting Wexford It is always good to know where you can get that sugar hit after a morning adventure around Wexford. Glorious cake and sweet treats are part of a balanced life and we should champion the places that get it right. Below […]
Wexford, with its lengthy green coastline, superior beaches and rich, turbulent history features some of the greatest road trips in Ireland. It’s location between the two Viking strongholds of Dublin and Waterford means that it was greatly influenced by the power struggles that played out between the Irish and Viking Kings in Ireland’s Ancient East. […]