Known as the garden of Ireland, Wicklow contains outstanding scenery

of mountains, valleys, lakes and coastlines. The mountaineous landscape is bordered by golden sandy beaches in the East and Blessington Lakes in the West and provides a great variety of activities such as walking along the Wicklow Way, cycling, shore, coarse and game angling, golf, horse riding and watersports. The 6th century monastic site of Glendalough is one of Irelands most famous heritage sites. With an abundance of other attractions to visit, including historic houses, gardens, heritage attractions and family fun parks. 

The walking trail known as The Wicklow Way is short as walking trails go–about 80 miles from its start in the outskirts of Dublin to its end at the little village of Clonegal. The spine of the Wicklow Mountains runs in a line northeast to southwest, south from the outskirts of Dublin. Peaceful wooded valleys can be found in between the spurs thrust out from the main range. Lugnaquilla, at 3,000 feet, is the highest peak in the range. 

The Broadlough Lakes and the Murrough with its rich bird life, flora and fauna Mount Usher Gardens Ballykissangel – Vale of Avoca Clara-Lara Funpark Annamoe Leisure Park and Trout Farm Glenroe Open Farm Swimming at the local harbour or at Brittas Bay and Silver Strand sandy beaches which are located nearby Sporting activities: Horse riding and pony trekking, Tennis, Golf, Bicycle Hire, Fishing and Shore Angling, Other sporting activities can be arranged on request, Mini bus hire can be arranged locally.