Wexford Route 2: Coastal Route (36 km Approx 2 1/2 hours)

This is the easiest route, which will take you out to the internationally important Wildfowl Reserve of the Wexford Slobs and then on past some fantastic beaches. Be cautious at first on the busy road to Castlebridge until the right turn which takes you down a pleasant lane to ‘The Slobs’. The Discovery Centre and…

Wexford Route 3: South Wexford Route (78 km; Approx 5 hours)

This is a tour of South Wexford which initially takes you uphill towards a roundabout near the picturesque Johnstown Castle, and then on to the old town of Rosslare and its busy Ferryport nearby at Kilrane. There are several beaches signposted off the quiet roads between Kilrane and Ladies Island. The route to the fishing…

The Irish Agricultural Museum

053 918 4671 Email Johnstown Castle Estate,
Co. Wexford.

The Irish Agricultural Museum is imaginatively staged in the old estate farm buildings at Johnstown Castle near Wexford town. The displays occupy over 1,600 square metres. Visitors can enjoy beautifully restored tractors, carts, ploughs, trending machines, stationary engines and dairy equipment. You can visit the ‘Great Famine’ exhibition which vividly reveals what life was like…

Astro Turf Centre

053 923 6678 Bellefield,
Co. Wexford

Indoor and outdoor pitches available to hire at an hourly rate.

Wexford to Kilkenny 115km

From Wexford toKilkenny Cycling Tours, The Old Tea House, Bateman Quay, Kilkenny, Travel an amazing 115km on the bike and discover the real beauty of these two towns while paddling your way through the streets.

Gorey Routes

Co, Wexford

1. Gorey-Ballymoney-Courtown-Cahore Point-Ballycanew ( 35 miles/56km). Coastal scenery. 2. Gorey-Ferns-Bunclody ( 42miles/67km). River scenery (River Slaney). 3.Gorey-Camolin-Carnew ( 35miles/56km). Historic sites. Camolin.

Wexford Route 1: Slaney Route (53 km. Approx 3 1/2 hours)

This is a trip around North Wexford taking you across the bridge and on towards Enniscorthy. The road to Castlebridge can be quite busy with traffic but after this the route takes on its true character; quiet scenic back roads which go up and down the numerous small hills that pepper the landscape. Enniscorthy is…