One of the most photographed & painted bridges in Ireland

The Derrybawn Bridge is located in Laragh in co. Wicklow. There has been a bridge at this location since 1700 however this ivy-clad beauty dates from 1800. The bridge takes you is over the Glandassan River to the Woolen Mills in Laragh. The Woollen Mills sells locally made traditional sweaters, capes and caps, and knitted blankets and also locally made jewelry and crafts. Laragh, which means ‘the site of the building ruins’ in Irish, is a small picturesque village that lies at the junction of three roads through the Wicklow Mountains. It is primarily known for its proximity to the ruins of the monastic settlement of Glendalough.