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Céad Míle Fáilte!

The aim of this website is to showcase the incredible heritage of County Wicklow - the Garden of Ireland, and to provide the best accurate travel information for visitors and residents aiming to explore natural and cultural heritage sites. As this is a long-term project this website will be continually updated. Our objective is not just to provide information on fixed sites, but to provide accurate details on the best places to see wild animals and plants.

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Before planning your trip to specific areas please read the "How to get there" description at the bottom of the page, as Wicklow is not serviced by a central transport system. However, it is very close to Dublin and very easy to get to.

To plan your itinerary or a simple daytrip click sites on the map for a good description of the most important sites and areas.

Sam Connolly, MSc World Heritage Management

Latest from the Wicklow Workbook

Heritage Week and Butterflies

August 22nd, 2015 by

From the beginning of this weekend until the end of the next weekend is Heritage Week here in Ireland, so there is plenty on. The emphasis is often a little too much on cultural heritage, so make sure you experience some natural heritage yourself. This month is a great time to see nature, and at … Continue reading Heritage Week and Butterflies

Late Summer Days

August 17th, 2015 by

Sadly, we are already half-way through August, and only in the last week has the weather become good enough to be described as ‘enjoyable’. But it got exceptionally nice when the weath did come round, and it was a great time to do the Cliff Walk from the town of Bray to the slightly smaller … Continue reading Late Summer Days

Goodbye July!

July 31st, 2015 by

Unfortunately this year we had a somewhat cool and overcast July. This has been due to the peculiarities of the weather system which has seen weeks of rain clouds crossing the Atlantic to arrive on top of Ireland. However, there has still been some wildlife to see, and for this instalment I want to share … Continue reading Goodbye July!