Wicklow town forms a rough semicircle around Wicklow harbour.
To the immediate North lies ‘The Murrough’, a popular grassy walking area beside the sea, and the eastern coastal strip. The land rises into rolling hills to the West. The dominant feature to the south is the rocky headlands of Bride’s Head and ‘Wicklow Head’, the easternmost mainland point of the Republic of Ireland.
The surrounding County of Wicklow is rich in bronze age monuments. The oldest existing settlement in the town is the Franciscan Abbey, located at the west end of Main Street, within the gardens of the local Roman Catholic parish grounds.
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