Wexford is a small town of less than 10,000 inhabitants, capital of the homonymous county, located on the estuary of the River Slaney, in the southeast of Ireland.
Its history, like that of the rest of Ireland, is full of ups and downs, substantially important for having been a Gaelic settlement in the area occupied by the current port and later Viking in the ninth century where the river merges with the sea. From the year one Thousand a nucleus was developed around the street today called Main Street.
The existence of several ethnographic spaces and museums, make Wexford (Loch Garman, in Gaelic) an ideal enclave to delve into Irish folklore and traditions.
Is Wexford in northern or southern Ireland?
Is Wexford Ireland part of the UK?
Is Dublin in Wexford?
What is Wexford Ireland known for?