Arklow, Co. Wicklow

Arklow (An tInbhear Mór in Irish, meaning "the large estuary") is a historic town in County Wicklow on the east coast of Ireland. Founded by the Vikings in the ninth century A.D., and the location of one of the bloodiest battles of the 1798 rebellion, it is now a thriving commuter town.

Arklow is situated at the mouth of the River Avoca, the longest river entirely within County Wicklow. The town is divided by the river, which is crossed by the Nineteen Arches Bridge, a stone arch bridge linking the south or main part of the town with the north part, called Ferrybank. 

Gardens

Knockanree Garden -  Avoca County Wicklow Ireland
Knockanree
Arklow, Co. Wicklow
The garden at Kockanree reflects its creator Harold Clarke’s idea that one should never know what to expect around the next corner. And indeed it full of surprises, from the ‘Moonstone,’ a giant orb of granite like a miniature p ...
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Golf

Arklow Golf Club - Arklow County Wicklow Ireland
Arklow Golf Club
Arklow, Co. Wicklow
Course Type: Links
Arklow Golf Club was formed in 1927 and is an 18 hole par 69 Links is a traditional designed course and offers all levels of golfer the opportunity to test their skills to the fullest. Sand warrens, bunkers and large links greens ensure that vis ...
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Self Catering

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Wicklow Lighthouse
Wicklow, Co. Wicklow
Wicklow Head Lighthouse has safeguarded and decorated the scenic Wicklow coastline since 1781. It is a peace seeker’s haven with inspiring and refreshing views of the Irish Sea. The landscape and scenery surrounding the lighthouse provide a ...
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What's On

BrookLodge Farmers Market - County Wicklow
Brooklodge Farmers Market

BrookLodge Hotel, Macreddin village, County Wicklow

Organic food markets, held on the first Sunday of the month, noon-5pm (April - October).

M ...
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Tourist Attractions

Wicklow Mountains National Park - County Wicklow Ireland
Wicklow Mountains National Park
Glendalough, Co. Wicklow
Wicklow Mountains National Park covers much of upland Wicklow and contains a variety of attractions and recreational activities that are popular with city dwellers, history enthusiasts and tourists alike. It is spread over an area of nearly 2 ...
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Wedding Venues

Marlfield House Gorey - Wedding Venue - Evening
Marlfield House
Gorey, Co. Wexford
Once the residence of the Earls of Courtown, and now an elegant oasis of unashamed luxury, where guests are cosseted and pampered in sumptuous surroundings, the Bowe family’s impressive Regency house is set in 36 acres of woodlands and imma ...
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