Avoca

  1. The Mottee Stone

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Legend suggests that Fionn MacCumhaill hurled the Mottee Stone from the top of Lugnaquilla Mountain. The Motte Stone near Avoca, County Wicklow, perched on the summit of Cronebane Ridge at 800m, provides incomparable views over the Irish countryside. Read more

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  2. Rockfield

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Rockfield is an award winning, four star B&B overlooking the beautiful Vale of Avoca. Winner if the favourite farmhouse award. Rockfield is set in spacious, peaceful gardens with panoramic views and ample private parking. Read more

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  3. The Mill at Avoca Village

    Avoca, Wicklow

    The birthplace of the Avoca experience and the origin of the name this is a famous tourist destination and a favourite amongst locals for its clothing, soft goods, gifts, and food. There's a free Visitor Centre which tells the story since 1723. Read more

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  4. Avoca Painting School

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Welcome to the Avoca Painting School. Receive professional tuition in acrylic and oil painting and drawing from highly experienced, practicing artist Rod Coyne. We offer outdoor painting workshops based in the stunning Wicklow Mountains. Read more

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  5. Hill Picket Studio

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Hill Picket Studio uses a selection of native woods to create a unique range of food presentation boards and cutlery items. It offers a range of courses in furniture making and guitar making. It is located 3km from Avoca village in County Wicklow. Read more

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  6. Avoca Studio Gallery

    Avoca, Wicklow

    The Avoca Studio Gallery is home to artist Rod Coyne, the Avoca Painting School and more. We are located in the beautiful Vale of Avoca on the main road from Rathdrum to Avoca Village (R752), 500 meters past the Meetings of the Waters. Read more

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  7. Hill Picket Studio

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Hill Picket Studio uses a selection of native woods to create a unique range of food presentation boards and cutlery items. It offers a range of courses in furniture making and guitar making. It is located 3km from Avoca village in County Wicklow. Read more

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  8. The Giant's Tour - Railtours Ireland First Class!

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Railtours Ireland are delighted to offer visitors to Dublin the chance to see a great portion of Ireland that they would not ordinarily be able to experience comfortably in one day. Sit back and relax as your train glides through the heart of Ireland Read more

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  9. Avoca Red Kite Loop

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Red Kite Walk at Kilmagig Woods in the heart of the garden county. This is a mixed woodland which provides the backdrop to the picturesque village of Avoca. On this 2.5km looped walk where it may be possibility to spot a Red Kite bird. Read more

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  10. Avoca Walking Tours

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Avoca Walking Tours provides a guided walking tour of the beautiful Vale of Avoca, Co. Wicklow. See this amazing part of Wicklow and learn of the ancient and natural history of this corner of the “Garden County”. Prior Booking is essential. Read more

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