Wicklow To Kilmore Quay By Bus

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The Wicklow Way is accessible from Glendalough road in Wicklow. You will pass by the crossing of green hills, high mountains with waterfalls and steep streets, and walk along the valleys where there are perched lakes and monasteries. It is an oasis of peace that drew St. Kevin who lived in the caves in this mountain.

Wicklow To Kilmore Quay By Bus

Kilmore Quay

The Saltee Islands of Kilmore Quay is the largest of the islands in Ireland. It's a haven for an unspoiled wildlife. The scenery is breathtaking and it is fun to see the seals that come close to the shore and seem to pry away when you try to get close to them.

Here are the available modes of transport from Wicklow to Kilmore Quay.

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Wicklow To Kilmore Quay By Bus

The distance from Wicklow to Kilmore Quay is 117 km. Take the Bus Eireann service that travels daily from Wicklow to Kilmore Quay. The travel time is four hours for US$38. For details: http://www.buseireann.ie/

Wicklow To Kilmore Quay By Bus

If you prefer to drive, the travel duration is one hour and 30 minutes.

Wicklow To Kilmore Quay By Train

Take the Irish Rail train from Wicklow train station that is bound to the Redmond Square. From here, take a Wexford Bus Transport Service that will take you to the city of Kilmore Quay. The travel time is three hours for US$38. For details: http://www.irishrail.ie/

Wicklow To Kilmore Quay By Plane

There is no commercial flight for this route. 

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