Featuring many travel itineraries, Hook Lighthouse is one of the landmark sites on Ireland’s Ancient East. Encompassing 17 counties and 5,000 years of history, Ireland’s hook-coastal-driveAncient East features three unique areas.
Located on the southern tip of County Wexford, Hook Lighthouse is the cornerstone of Irelands Ancient East. Hook Lighthouse with many other wonderful attractions – The Dunbrody Famine Ship, Tintern Abbey, The Irish National Heritage Park, Kilkenny Castle to name but a few are a huge draw for the many visitors that visit our wonderful country of Ireland.
Here they can immerse themselves in our heritage, friendly welcome and value.
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Thrilling Ireland's Ancient East Trip
Once you’ve captured your fill of coastal photos, head north to the nearby Baginbun beach and cliffs, this secluded and picturesque bay is the perfect picnic spot and it also features a distinctive Martello Tower. The tranquil looking beach is Baginbun, the scene of epic high drama in 1170 when Ireland was lost and won again during the first Anglo-Norman invasion.LEARN MORE