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Na Crosa Beaga [1]
Crossabeg is located in Ireland
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°23′06″N 6°29′42″W / 52.385°N 6.495°W / 52.385; -6.495Coordinates: 52°23′06″N 6°29′42″W / 52.385°N 6.495°W / 52.385; -6.495
Country Ireland
Province Leinster
County Wexford
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) IST (WEST) (UTC-1)
Area code(s) 053 91

Crossabeg or Crosabeg[2] (Irish: Na Crosa Beaga) is a small village in County Wexford, Ireland, just north of Wexford town. It contains The Forge Storytelling House, Foley's Pub and a primary school.


Established in 1973, Crossabeg A.F.C. have 3 junior teams and their facilities are located in Newcastle. The facilities include 2 full size junior playing surfaces, 1 under 10 pitch, a grass training pitch and an all weather surface training pitch.


Among tourist attractions in Crossabeg are Ferrycarrig Castle and the four-star Ferrycarrig Hotel located in a setting overlooking the River Slaney.

Crossabeg also contains Ferrycarraig Park, home of the League of Ireland First Division side - Wexford Youths.

Public transport[edit]

Ardcavan provide a daily bus service from the village to Enniscorthy, Dublin/Dublin Airport.[3] Bus Éireann route 380 serves the village on Fridays providing a link to Wexford via Castlebridge.[4] The nearest railway station is Wexford railway station approximately 9 kilometres distant.

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