County Wicklow is just south of Dublin, ideally located for a Day Tour out of Dublin or the first day of an extended tour.
Wicklow is known as Ireland’s Garden County for its landscaped gardens and natural heather-clad mountains, waterfalls, valleys and lakes.
Enjoy the scenic drive through the mountains passing Lough Tay on the way to Glendalough, the monastic site dating back to the 6th century.
Visit Avoca Handweavers craft shop and café and settle back for the coastal drive back to Dublin via Killiney and Dalkey.
Michael is a very safe and careful driver and his automobile is extremely comfortable.
Our full day tour included the Wicklow mountains and Powerscourt Gardens. We also stopped at
the Avoca Mills where we observed the old way of weaving, had lunch and purchased some great
woollen items. Michael's tour was the highlight of our two day visit to Dublin and we highly
recommend Michael for this tour!More ...
Wicklow from the air featuring Glendalough lake and monastic site, Glenmacnass Waterfall, Powerscout House, Brittas Bay, The Avoca Valley, Powerscourt Waterfall, Wicklow's Historic Gaol, Baltinglass Abbey, and Greenan Maze.
Glenmacnass Waterfall in Co. Wicklow on the military road between the Sally Gap and Glendalough.