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Wexford

Wexford IrelandCounty Wexford offers cosy coastal villages, sunny seashores with numerous and well presented beaches which are tranquil and inviting such as Courtown, Curracloe, Duncannon and Rosslare. Famous for the range and extent of bird life, it also features bird watch reserves, the most significant being that of North Slob, Wexford Wildfowl Reserve.

Visitors can even turn back the clock and explore the county's unique history, culture and heritage attractions through its open air museum of ramparts and castles, abbeys, manor houses and one of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world, the Hook Lighthouse.

Gardens lovers will thoroughly enjoy the very famous John F. Kennedy Park and Arboretum celebrating the connection US President Kennedy has with the town of New Ross where you will also find Ireland's newest attraction, the Dunbrody Heritage Ship which is an accurate, full size, ocean-going recreation of the actual timber-built ship which played a leading part in 19th century emigration to the USA.

So come relax and enjoy the many attractions awaiting you in Wexford and let our famous hospitality wash up over you like a wave. You’ll be among friends here.

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