Glendalough

  1. Glendalough Visitor Centre

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    Glendalough's monastic site is one of Ireland's most famous landmarks and the visitors centre sits nestled in the spectacular scenery of the Garden County, County Wicklow. Read more

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  2. The Wicklow Mountains

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    The Wicklow Mountains run from the outskirts of Dublin city south westwards for about 60km to the bottom of County Wicklow. Read more

  3. Wicklow Mountains National Park

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    Wicklow Mountains National Park covers much of upland County Wicklow, and contains an area of nearly 20,000 hectares. The National Park provides protection for landscapes and wildlife. Read more

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  4. Spink Loop

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    Back in the 6th century, hermit monk Saint Kevin first sought solace and contemplation in the idyllic surroundings of Glendalough. His followers established a monastery here, which would become one of the most important monastic sites in Europe. Read more

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  5. The Green Road

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    This walk uses a selection of forest tracks in Derrybawn Woods in Glendalough, County Wicklow. Read more

  6. St. Kevins Bus Service

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    Established in 1927, St. Kevins Bus Service, which is a privately owned 100% Irish, family run business operating daily services from Dublin to Glendalough, which is situated on the east coast of Ireland. Read more

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  7. Celtic Journey Tours

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    If you want to get out of the city why not take a tour through the garden of Ireland.
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  8. Bus Eireann Tours To Glendalough Powerscourt Gardens

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    An unforgettable tour, which takes you along the south coast of Dublin and on to Powerscourt Gardens, situated in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains. Read more

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  9. Wicklow Gap Drive

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    This is a Self Drive Tour. The starts in the village of Hollywood and passes over the Wicklow Gap, one of two unspoilt passes through the mountains. The route offers spectacular views over the Kings River, the vale of Glendasan and the upper lake at Glendalough. Read more

  10. Glendalough Woollen Mills

    Glendalough, Wicklow

    Located very close to the famous Glendalough monastic site in County Wicklow, Glendalough Woollen Mills stocks Irish wool sweaters, wraps, scarves, tweeds and jewellery. Read more

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