From majestic mountains to spectacular valleys, silver streams to long sandy beaches, Wicklow has earned its nickname of the Garden of Ireland. It provides an abundance of things to see and do. Wicklow certainly has a little bit of everything. Bray is the main town in County Wicklow, with a nice promenade leading to the foot of Bray Head. Bray also includes the National Sealife Centre with over 20 spectacular displays filled with native fresh and saltwater creatures.
Louth. The 'Wee County' as it is affectionately known to the Irish is beautifully situated on the North East coast of the island with long beautiful beaches. One of Ireland's oldest ands most historical towns Drogheda traces its history back to 1194. Drogheda is a vibrant town that has grown considerably in the past few years. There are also a wide range of amenities and leisure activities including shopping, restaurants and sports centres. Beaches and countryside can be visited within minutes by car or on foot.