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Gorey Sli na Slainte

053 917 6500 Gorey,
Wexford
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The Sli route in the historic market town of Gorey is 3.7km long. Beginning at Rams Arms Car Park, beside Gorey Fire Station, you will see a map of the route displayed. From here follow the route down Main Street and turn left at the traffic lights onto Hollyfort Road. Take the third right turn…

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New Ross Sli na Slainte

New Ross,
Wexford
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The Slí route in New Ross is 8.7Km and follows the ring road around the town and along the river. Beginning at the bridge where you will see a map sign of the route, you follow the Quay along the River Barrow and then the Wexford Road for 3 Km. The route then turns onto…

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Rosslare Sli na Slainte

There are two Sli walks in Rosslare both beginning at the village carpark on the site of an ancient killing ground. If you close your eyes and listen you will hear the cries and shrieks, Cromwell was here! The routes are truly a pathway of mixed emotions, flora and fauna. As you head north from…

Mount Leinster & Blackstairs Mountains

Mount Lenister,
Carlow,
Ireland.
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Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs Mountains are an enjoyable days hiking or biking. Starting from Kildavin, near Bunclody, forest tracks offer easy access. Mount Leinster is the highest point and a favourite spot for hang gliding.

Johnstown Castle & Gardens

053 918 4671 Email Johnstown Castle Estate,
Johnstown,
Co Wexford
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The Gardens consist of an exquisite Victorian Castle set within 50 acres of Ornamental Grounds. The Architect Daniel Robertson designed both Johnstown Castle Gardens and Powerscourt Gardens. The Grounds contain a wide variety of Trees and Shrubs representing the best aspects of a formal and Wild Garden. The Gardens are also Home to the Irish…

Tintern Abbey

051 562 650 Email Saltmills,
New Ross,
Co, Wexford
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Open: Mid June to late September, 10am-6pm. Admission: Applies. This Cistercian Abbey was founded circa 1200 by the Earl of Pembroke. Situated on the West shore of Bannow Bay in Co. Wexford, Tintern Abbey was one of the most powerful Cistercian foundations in the South East until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536.

Coolaught Gardens

053 924 4137 Coolaught,
Enniscorthy
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Newtown Barry House & Garden

053 937 6383 Bunclody,
Wexford
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WEXFORD WILDFOWL RESERVE

076 100 2660 Email Ardcavan,
Wexford
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The Reserve is owned in partnership with BirdWatch Ireland, a national voluntary organisation and the National Parks and Wildlife Service. The north slob is home to around 10,000 wintering Greenland white-fronted geese as well as thousands of other wildfowl and wader species. There is a visitor centre, an observation tower and bird-watching hides to enjoy.…

Tombrick Garden

+353 (0)5393 88863 Enniscorthy Website