Wexford, Ireland One of the most beautiful and historical places in Ireland.  Would love to visit where my ancestors lived!

Wexford, Ireland One of the most beautiful and historical places in Ireland. Would love to visit where my ancestors lived!

Hook Head Lighthouse, County Wexford, Ireland - Bryan Hanna Irish Landscape Photography

The Hook Lighthouse is located at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford. It is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world, and the oldest operating lighthouse in Ireland.

Main Street, Wexford, County Wexford, Ireland

Wexford Town was our nearest large town and full of character. So many independent shops, bar and fabulous restaurants, Particularly seafood restaurants.

✯ Saltee Islands - County Wexford, Ireland

Saltee Islands, Co Wexford, Ireland Photograph - Saltee Islands, Co Wexford, Ireland bird sanctuary

Medieval bridge, Tintern, Wexford, Ireland

Situated on the west shore of Bannow Bay in County Wexford, Tintern Abbey was one of the most powerful Cistercian foundations in the South East until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in

Wexford Quay, Wexford Ireland

Wexford is officially Irelands sunniest county, with stunning coastline and pristine beaches. Wexford is an energetic, cosmopolitan mix of old and new.

The Dolls House, Gate Lodge of Rathaspeck Manor, Georgian house hotel…

The Dolls House, Gate Lodge of Rathaspeck Manor, Georgian house hotel Rathaspeck, Co.Wexford, Ireland <----- This place is amazing! It looks like the house from Hansel and Gretel or a place you'd find in Wonderland!

Replica Viking houses, Wexford, Ireland

Alva Mac Gowan tells how she spent an enjoyable midsummer's night in a very unusual location, a Viking house on the banks of the River Slaney.

Johnstown Castle, Co Wexford, Ireland Photograph  - Johnstown Castle, Co Wexford, Ireland Fine Art Print

Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland - This castle of gleaming silver-grey ashlar was built for the Grogan-Morgan family between 1810 and 1855 and incorporates part of a more ancient castle.

Gaulstown Dolmen, Co. Wexford, Ireland | Photo by Ken Williams

The work of a Drogheda photographer breathes life and drama into a hidden, ancient Ireland, writes Alan Betson. Photographs by Ken Williams

A rare, surviving, example of a 16th century bridge is found at Tintern in Co. Wexford. Located over a small, tidal river, the bridge is situated just a short distance from the impressive ruins of Tintern Abbey, which was founded in the 13th century.

A rare surviving example of a century bridge is found at Tintern in Co. Located over a small, tidal river, the bridge is situated just a short distance from the impressive ruins of Tintern Abbey, which was founded in the century.

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