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To view / download Clonegal Walking Tour click on the image

The village of Cluain na nGall, or in English, “the Meadow of the Stranger” is set in a valley between the Blackstairs and Wicklow Mountains, straddling the meeting place of the rivers Slaney and Derry where the counties Carlow, Wicklow and Wexford meet. Clonegal Castle (see below) is known worldwide and has been the setting for many TV documentaries.The Wicklow Way Long Distance Walking Route ends here. The mountains, the valleys and the rivers, the fishing and the shooting facilities have made this village at the end of the Wicklow Way a favourite stopping place over the years. With a backdrop of tree clad hills, this charming historic village is a joy to walk in, explore and discover. With a castle - which itself has a history, is both romantic and unusual; restored Weaver's Cottages (see below); abundant wild and bird life centred on its picturesque river; the village is a pure delight to explore.


To view / download Kildavin Walking Tour click on the image

The village of Kildavin, the Church of Duban, is nestled in the shade of the Blackstairs Mountains and has a rich tapestry of history woven in the surrounding area. It is the start of the South Leinster Way. This100km long-distance walking trail winds its way to Carrick-on-Suir in Tipperary over 8 stages. The Mill at Ballypierce, the Forge, Corn store, Sand pits and Wool store tell something of the history of the area. Only two places in Ireland have what is known as ‘High Beach’ sand. One is Lahinch in County Clare and the other is here on our doorstep. Kildavin offers beauty, peace and unspoilt scenery as well as opportunity to explore its rich and varied past in holy wells, church ruins and simple country life. Old ways blend seamlessly into modern life in this oasis of tranquillity and beauty. A famous son of the area is remembered in Spellman Hall and Spellman GAA complex - Cardinal Francis Spellman of New York.

For information on the Places of Interest and the Groups below please click on the image.

Huntington Castle

Cranavane Well

Clonegal Tidy Village

Veteran Players

Macra na Feirme

Entente Florale