Commonly known as 'The Garden of Ireland', County Wicklow is a perfect holiday destination with its long sandy beaches, rivers, lakes and magnificent hills and mountains.
One of Ireland's true scenic treasures, Wicklow is less than an hour from Dublin city and well served with commuter links by rail, bus and motorway.
Powerscourt House & Gardens, is a heritage property set in the magnificent surroundings of the Wicklow mountains, with its charming walled gardens, striking terraces, beautiful trees and carefully designed walks.
Wicklow is a walker's paradise with routes suitable for all abilities, across the county, from the Wicklow Way to Devil's Glen Sculpture walk.
There is an abundance of water-based activities in Wicklow such as canoeing and kayaking or windsurfing and sailing.
Fishing is one of the many activities to be enjoyed in County Wicklow with opportunities for both the sea and game angler. The rivers and streams that flow off the Wicklow mountains have a plentiful supply of wild brown trout and sea trout (subject to local bye laws) available in season.
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