, Bird Watching
, Horse Riding
, Leisure Centres
, Outdoor Adventure
, River Cruises
, Shopping Malls
, Farmers Markets
, Pottery & Crafts
, Wine & Cheese
The South East of Ireland, comprising the five counties of Carlow
, is an evocative patchwork of fertile valleys and plains. Down through the centuries the Celts, Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans have passed through these valleys, leaving behind a landscape rich in historical remains. Countless castles, abbeys, fortresses and ancient settlements remain to mark their passage. The five river systems – the Barrow, Blackwater, Nore, Slaney and Suir - criss-cross the South East, meandering under old stone bridges, around magical mountains, through picturesque villages and past neatly thatched cottages before finally entering the sea at scenic, peaceful seaside towns.
The South East has things to do
for everyone of all ages and tastes: historic monuments, colourful gardens; well-maintained and sign-posted walking and cycling paths; abundant fishing locations; numerous golf courses, equestrian centres and exciting festivals.
There are plenty of accommodation options in South East Ireland. For more info, please see our accommodation section or see this website
, which will provide you with an unbiased price comparison for hotels in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford. Book early so you can spend all of your time on your holiday exploring the region.
From coast to country, the South East has it all. Come see it for yourself...
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