County Wicklow is located just to the south of Dublin. Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland, and rightly so because it boasts some of the best landscapes in Ireland. The Wicklow Mountains are the largest upland area in Ireland and are a refuge for plant and animal life.
Places to stay in Co. Wicklow include Arklow (3), Aughrim (4), Avoca (2), Blessington (2), Bray (6), Dunlavin (3), Enniskerry (3), Glen of the Downs (1), Glendalough (6), Glenealy (1), Glenmalure (1), Kilbride (2), Newtownmountkennedy (2), Rathdrum (3), Rathnew (1), Redcross (1), Roundwood (1), Tinahely (2), Wicklow Town (4). Other towns include Ashford, Baltinglass, Brittas Bay, Carnew, Delgany, Derrynamuck, Donard, Grangecon, Greenan, Greystones, Hollywood, Kilcoole, Kilmacanogue, Kilpedder, Knockree, Laragh, Macreddin Village, Newcastle, Shillelagh, Wicklow Mountains.
Map of Co. Wicklow
Getting To and Around Co. WicklowWicklow is located immediately south of Dublin. As the north of the county is commuter country, there are reasonable bus and rail services to Dublin. The rest of the county is served by the Dublin-Rosslare railway line; as well as bus services to Dublin and Wexford. Details on getting to and around Wicklow can be found in our Co. Wicklow Transport Guide.
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Events in Co. Wicklow
- Kaleidoscope Festival Russborough House