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Wexford WELCOME TO COUNTY WEXFORD


Located on the most southeasterly tip of Ireland, is the gem that is ‘County Wexford’. Wexford boasts 221 kilometers of coastline featuring golden sandy beaches, rocky headlands, cliffs, more beaches and nature reserves. The county is doted with historic towns, amazing natural beauty and is rich in heritage and culture.


Visit the famous sands of Curracloe beach situated just outside Wexford town. If it looks familiar, it is; as it served as the spectacular Omaha Beach in the film Saving Private Ryan.


lanes and boutique shopping experience. Wexford town is the county’s centre of heritage offering a 4km heritage trail pinpointing key sites and buildings from Wexford’s colourful past. Having taken in the heritage sights of Wexford, a rich cultural experience is waiting to be explored. Wexford is home to the wonderful National Opera House of Ireland and hosts the world famous Wexford Festival Opera annually since 1951. A visit is a must!


New Ross Town Wells House & Gardens


Vibrant Wexford Enniscorthy


Described in Ulysses as “the finest place in the world”, this designated Heritage Town dates back 1,500 years. Straddling the River Slaney, Enniscorthy played a key role in Ireland’s struggle for independence, especially during 1798 and 1916. Two heritage trails link notable sites such as Vinegar Hill, the National 1798 Rebellion Centre, Enniscorthy Castle, the Athenaeum and Pugin’s Irish masterpiece, St Aidan’s Cathedral. Also recently the location for the widely acclaimed Oscar nominated film ‘Brooklyn’ based on the book by the Enniscorthy native Colm Toibin. Come and see!


Wexford Town


The town of Wexford was founded over a thousand years ago by the Vikings, who first laid out its narrow streets and lanes. Invading Normans built the Town Walls, of which a full 1km stands today, including the dramatic Selskar Gate. Visitors enjoy the lively cafes, bars and nightlife and the bustling shopping


A vibrant market town on the banks of the river Barrow, New Ross has a rich medieval heritage. Quaint narrow streets, linking laneways, the remains of the 13th Century town wall, St Mary’s Church ruins and traditional shop fronts underpin this modern centre of commerce and retail. Explore our historic past at the Dunbrody Visitor Centre and the Ros Tapestry on the quayside, as well as the beautiful emigrant flame and public artwork commemorating


the


town’s proud connections to JFK.


Gorey Town


With a wide main street framed by Tara Hill when viewed from the south, Gorey’s Market House and Square set the tone of a thriving bustling market town. Meander through the streets to find evidence of Pugin architectural gems, Harry Clarke


and the 1798


Rebellion. Don’t forget to visit Courtown Harbour and the wonderful sandy coastline to the east.


Activities


There are a host of activities


to enjoy in


Wexford, whether you’re up for gardens, wildlife


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or walking, cycling or kayaking, swimming, horse-riding and even boutique shopping, Wexford has it all! Wexford is an ideal golf destination; with some of Ireland’s most famous links & spectacular parkland courses doted around the county. The local tourism industry in Wexford has been working hard to ensure our guests get the most out of their precious holidays.


Tintern Abbey


Wexford is a 365 day holiday destination and will keep you much longer than you had ever intended to stay.


Linking Up Network on the Golf Course


Plenty of time to talk with potential clients,


decision-makers or associates important to YOUR business. Wexford Chamber believes that successful meetings DO happen on the Golf Course


Tel: +353 (0)53 9122226 Email: info@wexfordchamber.ie


www.wexfordchamber.ie


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