South East Ireland Tourism
Travel guide to Ireland's south east
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Historic Buildings

Places of historic importance in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford.
Colclough Walled Garden
This Georgian Walled Garden was built by the...
Saltmills
Wexford
Enniscorthy Castle
A 13th-century castle standing on a rock at the...
Enniscorthy,
Co. Wexford
Gowran Park Racecourse
There is something very homely and local about...
Gowran Park
Co. Kilkenny
Jerpoint Park
Jerpoint Park is a visitor attraction in...
Belmore House, Thomastown
Co. Kilkenny
Kia-Ora Mini Pet Farm
Kia-Ora Mini farm is a family run open farm in...
Courteencurragh, Gorey
Co. Wexford
Lismore Heritage Centre
Lismore Heritage Centre uses audio-visual media...
Lismore
Co. Waterford
Loftus Hall
Reputedly the most haunted house in Ireland;...
Hook Head, New Ross,
Co. Wexford
Rothe House Kilkenny
Rothe House & Garden, a historic house in...
Parliament Street
Kilkenny
Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny
Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny is a new...
Parliament Street
Kilkenny City
Tintern Abbey
A Cistercian Abbey, founded c. 1200 by William,...
Saltmills
Wexford
Tullow Museum
The Tullow Museum is located on Bridge Street...
Bridge Street, Tullow
Co. Carlow
Waterford & Suir Valley Railway
Experience the beauty of the Suir Valley from a...
Kilmeadan,
Co. Waterford
Wells House
Wells House & Gardens is a wonderful...
Gorey,
Co. Wexford
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Top Places to Visit in South East Ireland


The South East of Ireland, comprising the five counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford, 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. From coast to country, the South East has it all. Come see it for yourself...


Cities and towns of south Ireland

Vibrant Cities and Towns

In the cities and towns of the South East, the ancient and the modern meet in a delightful blend. The more up-to-date amenities and facilities harmoniously co-exist with the remnants of the past. We have something for everyone! More details +
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Countryside Escapes

The South East of Ireland is dotted with many picturesque villages. Many are situated in stunning locations, built along winding rivers or cushioned between hills and each one has its own story to tell. Take time and explore them at your own pace. More details +
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Places to visit near the beaches

Coastal Destinations

Ireland's South East is well-known for its temperate and sunny climate. This makes it an ideal location to relax on the golden beaches, to enjoy the stunning scenery of the rugged coastline or to take part in the many activities the resorts such as Ardmore, Tramore, Dunmore East, Duncannon, Curraghcloe and Courtown have to offer. More details +




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