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Wexford, Ireland • Has it all, a selection of videos

•• Published: Jul 12, 2014

Wexford Beach Homes
wexfordbeachhomes.ie

Brendan Colbert
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Wexford Beach homes.
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Visit Wexford
Uploaded on Jun 8, 2011

Song by Cry Before Dawn “Gone Forever”
crybeforedawn.net

From undulating countryside to rolling waves, Wexford has it all. Rolling rich green fields that blanket the peaceful idyll of rural Wexford slope gently downwards to a golden coast where the soft sand is in a timeless dance with the Irish Sea. 

Elsewhere, the county’s towns and villages are busy contemporary centres where historical buildings nod knowingly at modern architecture as locals and visitors alike partake in the rich tapestry of life that is Wexford today.
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visitWexford-CBD
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A brief history of Wexford town
Published on Aug 1, 2012
Interesting overview of the history of Wexford town with special focus on the town wall.

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selskar
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Visit Wexford – Fun, Festive & Unforgettable [HD]

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Fun, Festive&Unforgetable
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Uploaded on Nov 29, 2011
Autumn Winter Promo – www.visitwexford.ie



Song by Wallis Bird – ‘To My Bones’
www.wallisbird.com



This video is a fantastic capture of the beautiful county Wexford featuring scenes at Curracloe Beach, Hook Lighthouse, The Lobster Pot bar and Restaurant, Enniscorthy Castle, The Sky and the Ground, Wexford Opera House, Monart Destination Spa, New Ross Boat Club and Wexford Winter Wonderland, crew from Racing 795 in Bunclody and Hooked Kitesurfing in Duncannon along with performers from Bui Bolg at the Wexford Festival Opera opening also feature. All captured in Wexford, Ireland.
Produced by Highwind Films
www.highwindfilms.ie

The Hook Lighthouse, Co. Wexford, IRELAND – The Oldest lighthouse in the world


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the hook lighthouse
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Uploaded on Mar 4, 2014
Wexford is a historic maritime town in the Southeast of Ireland. Well worth a visit. You’ll find the natives are welcoming and friendly



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