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Reviewed 5 September 2018

We found out about this randomly and decided to visit on the last day of our trip. We ventured over to bull island. The walk was lovely and breezy and bull island was wonderful. We didnt spend too long there as it was a cold...More

Thank Emiloulaa12
Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

If u like a sea breeze in your face take a drive down by ringsend Park up and take a walk along the south wall at the mouth of Dublin port you can be lucky to get up close to some cruise ships and also...More

Thank yogibear54
Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

If you want to visit an easy to reach fishing village outside of Dublin. Reached by Tram or the Dart in about 40 minuets that had the following: than Hoarths for you. Our daughter who was there last year recommended this day trip to us....More

Thank MichaelPWeymouth
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Dublin Bay is the reason for Dublin. It also makes Dublin unique among cities... It is a beautiful natural setting within walking distance of the city centre. Dublin Bay stretches from the Hill of Howth in the North, around to DunLaoighre in the South, with...More

4  Thank Cathal S
Reviewed 19 May 2016 via mobile

This is the spectacular gateway to Dublin and is ringed by a wonderful cycle path and many walking paths for enjoying the views and locales. The urban railway DART circles the bay from Dun Laoghaire to Howth and is a wonderful way to experience the...More

Thank shawnday
Reviewed 29 October 2015

Loved the views, and was amazed by watching some sea lions in the harbour! It's worth having a trip from central Dublin for a few hours!

Thank Kostis T
Reviewed 22 June 2015

The Fishing Village of Howth overlooked by its East &West Mountain. Its a beautiful place on Dublins East Coast. A coastal path from Sutton will take the walker around its Red Rock on a winding path to the summit. It is a long but beautiful...More

1  Thank henry462014
Reviewed 21 December 2014

I think the nicest parts of Dublin are along the sea! From Dun Laoghaire, Greystones and Sandymount on the southside to Clontarf, Malahide and Howth on the northside there are lots of lovely sea walks and views. I love walking along the sea in all...More

3  Thank champkis
Reviewed 20 October 2014

Dublin Bay is massive. I have walked around it but it is a long walk. You can start where ever. I like to start in Clontarf and walk in the direction of Dublin city centre. As you walk along Clontarf you can see the entrance...More

3  Thank René A
Reviewed 30 August 2014

Best way of seeing this natural bay is by taking. The dart from Howth to Greystones..as you will see the bay from all sides and regardless of the weather enjoy immensely, if you are stuck for time at least take the dart from city centre...More

3  Thank TracyJaneMerry
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