Calm Glendalough Valley


Just south of Dublin, in the picturesque Glendalough Valley, lies a great swatch of protected land stretching for more than 50,614 acres—making it the largest National Park in Ireland. Established in 1991 with the goal of conserving and protecting biodiversity, the park attracts more than one million visitors a year with its wide-open spaces, dense forests, wooded valleys, scenic mountain trails, and meandering streams that flow into crystal-clear lakes.

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