Gorey is a veritable mecca for those who love to shop. In recent years Esmonde Street has become the Grafton Street of Gorey with exclusive shops with designer fashions, interiors, jewellers, restaurants and more. On the wide Main Street and back streets of Gorey you will find a wonderful selection of shops and outlets where you are sure to find whatever you are looking for…electrical, household, fashions, hair salons, beauty therapy, restaurants and many more outlets are waiting for you to check them out!
Shopping in Gorey makes for a wonderful experience with the wide Main Street, great eateries for that quick coffee to re-energise and you will find that prices are very competitive. You can stroll along at your leisure into any of the fantastic shops and be sure you will find something interesting.
Gorey also offers a great selection of supermarkets with Tesco, Pettitts, Lidl and Aldi are all located in Gorey.
In recent years Gorey and its wider area have developed a wide variety of recreation facilities including a state of the art Skatepark and a new multi age Play park based in the Townpark while plans are underway to develop the Gorey Showgrounds facility in the centre of the town. The town has a strong sporting history featuring All Ireland and County GAA Champions while Rugby is also well established in the town through the dedicated grounds which hosts the GRFC.
In the wider Gorey area, Courtown Wood which includes the Forest Park leisure facility and Playpark have further added to the number of quality facilities in the locality. The quality Par 3 and Golf facilities at Courtown and Ballymoney also add to the recreation facilities available within the area.
On the artistic and cultural front Gorey Little Theatre hosts year round entertainment and is seen as the home of theatre and the musicals. North Wexford also has many noted artists who exhibit their work regularly at a variety of venues in the area, in addition to being the location of the Gorey School of Art.
So many things to do in Gorey-Wexford!