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  1. Greenan Maze

    Rathdrum, Wicklow

    Greenan Maze is situated in the midst of the Wicklow Mountains at the foot of the beautiful Glenmalure Valley, only 4 miles from Rathdrum and about an hour south of Dublin. Read more

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  2. Wicklow's Historic Gaol

    Wicklow Town, Wicklow

    Wicklow Gaol is an atmospheric jail museum experience, offering visitors a glimpse of life in prisons of the past. As one of Wicklow’s top tourist destinations, Wicklow Gaol tells the story of its prisoners through an interactive tour. Read more

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  3. Brennanstown Riding School

    Kilmacanogue, Wicklow

    Brennanstown Riding School is located 3km south of Bray, off exit 7 of the N11 (main Dublin/Wexford road). The family business has been running for over three decades and caters for all types of riding customers. Read more

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  4. Arklow Golf Club

    Arklow, Wicklow

    This traditional links was formed by Hawtree and Taylor in 1927. It has been described as a hidden jewel. The Southern Region of the Irish PGA held its 2001 and 2002 championships here. Backspin golf magazine rates Arklow 29th best links in Ireland. Read more

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  5. Clissmann Horse Drawn Caravans

    Rathdrum, Wicklow

    Clissmann Horse Caravans provides a unique holiday experience where you can explore Ireland’s lush green countryside at your own pace and take to the road with a horse pulling your home. One hour from Dublin. Read more

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  6. Bel Air Equestrian Centre

    Ashford, Wicklow

    Bel-Air Equestrian Centre is located in Ashford, County Wicklow. It is surrounded by thousands of acres of breathtaking Wicklow woods, trails and forest. Stunning views of coastal scenery can also be seen from the tops of mountains. Read more

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  7. Dwyer McAllister Cottage

    Dunlavin, Wicklow

    Dwyer McAllister Cottage located 9km south-east of Donard. A fine example of a traditional whitewashed thatched cottage built with local stone. It is historically linked to the 1798 Rebellion an can be found in Dunlavin, County Wicklow. Read more

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  8. 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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  9. Djouce Golf Club

    Roundwood, Wicklow

    Djouce Golf Club is a 9-hole parkland course set in spectacular scenic surroundings, close to Djouce Mountan, the Vartry Reservoir and Sugar Loaf Mountain. It encompasses a flat terrain, 6,455yd long with a variety of features. Read more

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  10. Powerscourt House

    Enniskerry, Wicklow

    A magnificent Palladian house and renowned grounds, located at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, off the N11, while Powerscourt waterfall, Ireland's highest, is 6 kilometres from the main estate. Read more

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