Wexford is a maritime county located in the southeastern
Republic of Ireland on Saint George's Channel and includes 75 miles of
sandy beaches.The population of the county is 102,000 there are four main
towns: Wexford, corthy, Gorey and New Ross.
The landscape ranges from
rolling countryside to mountains and from forests to rugged natural landscape.
In the mountainous northwest, the highest point is Mount
Leinster (796 m/2610 ft).
The county coastline is low,
irregular, and hazardous to navigation. Bannow Bay,
Waterford Harbour, and Wexford Harbour are the chief
inlets. The Slaney is the principal river of the county.
Wexford County is dotted with historic sites, Castles and Abbeys