Wexford

City

Wexford is the sunniest area in Ireland, where you can go to our English school in Wexford to take an English course enjoying the weather

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County Wexford is located on the Southeast coast, the sunniest part of Ireland surrounded by never-ending sandy beaches.

The population of Wexford town is 20.200

Wexford town was founded over 1000 years ago and has retained its historical links with its Viking and Norman past. It was those Viking ‘visitors’ who first laid out the narrow and picturesque streets and lanes, which today form a thriving town centre in Wexford where you can experience a fantastic café culture and fine dining, along with a vibrant arts and culture calendar.

Most popular tourist attractions and things to do and see in Wexford

  • Agricultural Museum in the Johnstown Castle.
  • Cook lighthouse.
  • Curracloe beach, where Spielberg shot the movie "Saving Private Ryan".
  • Doll´s House.
  • Duncannon beach.
  • Enniscorthy Castle.
  • Irish National Heritage Park.
  • Johnstown Castle.
  • New Ross Town.
  • Ring of Hook coastal drive.
  • Selskar Abbey.
  • Tintern Abbey.
  • West Gate Heritage Tower.

Most important events and festivals in Wexford

  • Wexford Festival Opera, in October.

Most popular sights in Wexford

  • Dunbrody Famine Ship.
  • Hook Peninsula including Hook Lighthouse.
  • Irish National Heritage Park.
  • Loftus Hall, the most haunted house in Ireland.
  • Saltee Islands.

Location

CityWexford
CountryIreland
Population (hab)20,188
Latitude52.330000
Longitude-6.470000
Altitude (m.a.s.l.)5

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Schools

The Slaney Language Centre

The Slaney Language Centre

English language school in the center of Wexford

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