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Wicklow (Irish: Cill Mhantáin, meaning "church of the toothless one") is the county town of County Wicklow and the capital of the Mid-East Region in Ireland. Located south of Dublin on the east coast of the island, it has a population of 10,356 according to the 2011 census. The town is to the east of the N11 route between Dublin and Wexford. Wicklow is also linked to the rail network, with Dublin commuter services now extending to the town. Additional services connect with Arklow, Wexford and Rosslare Europort, a main ferry port. There is also a commercial port, mainly importing timber and textiles.

Population: 14,048

Latitude: 52° 58' 30.00" N
Longitude: -6° 02' 57.98" W

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  • Great Sugar Loaf

    Often simply known as the Sugar Loaf (Irish: Ó Cualann also Beannach Mhór), this hill is located in the east of County Wicklow, in Ireland, south of Bray and to the north of the Glen of the Downs Nature Reserve.

  • Bray Head

    Bray Head (Irish: Ceann Bhré) is a 241 m (791 ft) hill and headland located in northern County Wicklow, Ireland, between the towns of Bray and Greystones. It forms part of the Wicklow Mountains and is a popular spot with hillwalkers. At the top of t…

  • Ashford, County Wicklow

    Ashford (Irish: Áth na Fuinseoige), historically known as Ballymacahara (Irish: Baile Mhic Aodha Charraigh), is a village in County Wicklow, Ireland. It lies on the River Vartry and at the meeting of the R772, R763 and R764 regional roads.

  • Vartry Reservoir

    Vartry Reservoir (Irish: Taiscumar Fheartraí) is a reservoir at Roundwood in County Wicklow, Ireland. The water is piped from Vartry to a large open service reservoir in Stillorgan in the southern suburbs of Dublin.

  • Avondale House

    Avondale House, in Avondale, County Wicklow, Ireland, is the birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846–1891) one of the leading political leaders in Irish history. It is set in the Avondale Forest Park in over 2 km² (500 acres) of land, a…

  • Brittas Bay

    Brittas Bay (Irish: Cuan an Bhriotáis) in County Wicklow, Ireland is a 4 km stretch of beach on the Irish Sea coast. The beach is accessed from the R750 regional road which runs parallel to the beach, separated from it by extensive areas of sand dun…

  • Little Sugar Loaf

    Little Sugar Loaf, also called Giltspur Mountain (Irish: Giolspar, earlier name Beannach Bheag), is a hill in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated East-North-East of the Great Sugar Loaf, separated from it by the N11 dual carriageway.

  • River Vartry

    The River Vartry (Irish: Abhainn Fheartraí) is a river in the Republic of Ireland. It rises in Calary Bog under the Great Sugar Loaf mountain in north County Wicklow. In 1861 Parliament passed the Dublin Waterworks Act creating the project to dam th…

  • Carrick Mountain

    Carrick Mountain is located in the eastern foothills of the Wicklow Mountains in the Ireland. Historically it was called Carrigmurrely (1756) and Carrickmacreily (1795). It rises directly above the village of Glenealy on the R752, midway between Rat…

  • Éire Óg Greystones GAA

    Éire Óg Greystones GAA Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club with approximately 600 members and 20 different teams competing in Hurling, Gaelic Football, and Ladies Football in Wicklow League and Championship competitions. It comprises adult an…