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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

Springing

February 17th, 2019 by

The plants are certainly springing up now and Spring is very much in evidence even though it won’t be properly Spring until the Equinox occurs in five weeks’ time. Temperatures have been low for the past few weeks, but there’s only been a few nights of heavy frost. Soil temperatures are way up on last … Continue reading Springing

Snowdrops and Bird Song

January 25th, 2019 by

The snowdrops are all up and blooming beautifully, and now we can definitely say that spring is on the way. They looked spectacular today in the bright sunlight. And the snowdrops are not alone, there are also crocuses starting to bloom already. These are just the first true flowers of spring, and as the landscape … Continue reading Snowdrops and Bird Song

Daffodils and spiders

January 13th, 2019 by

The daffodil bud from my last bulletin has only opened now, but crocuses have risen above ground, and I have also found the fleshy leaves of tulips! However, these flowers all appeared last year around this time, or even a little later,  and we still got some very heavy snow and cold conditions later in … Continue reading Daffodils and spiders