County Wicklow

Wicklow ( Irish: Wicklow ) is a county ( county ) in the Republic of Ireland.


The county is divided into the scenic Wicklow Mountains and coastal plain with some beautiful beaches.



The distribution of seats in the County Council after the local elections of June 5, 2009:


In the coastal plain of the farming predominates, with wheat, barley, and oats cultivation, in the hill country sheep farming predominates. The north of the county is part of the economic catchment area of Dublin. There are textile and electrical industries. 1955, copper mining was resumed at Avoca. In particular, in the Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough in the intra-and extra Irish Tourism plays a significant role.



  • Athgreany, stone circle
  • Ballyhad, Bullaun
  • Baltinglas, passage tomb
  • Baltynanima, cup-and -ring markings
  • Devils Glen
  • Kenny glass, portal tomb
  • Glendalough - a monastic settlement in the 6th century
  • Liffey Head Bog ( bog ), an internationally renowned reserve
  • Lugnagun, passage tomb
  • Moylisha, Wedge tomb
  • The gardens of Powerscourt Gardens, together with the Powerscourt Waterfall
  • Seefin, passage tomb
  • Vale of Avoca with Avondale Forest Park
  • The Wicklow Mountains and the National Park