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This is a charming lighthouse that looks out to Lambay Island and Ireland's Eye, from here you can watch the Yacht Club regatta''s during the summer months and you may even catch sight of a seal or two in the harbour. The lighthouse is no...More
Very nice and cosy lighthouse. We visited Howth on a cold and rainy day end of November 2018. Very nice little town, incredible photo shootings, lighthouse is big enough, and we saw some seals lying around there. very nice trip to make to see a...More
Yes I put a sarcastic heading and yes I mean it. I have been here so many times its just boring now and the ironic thing is I come here if I need to get out of the house because I am bored. It is...More
We’ve been here twice now in the past few weeks and look forward to returning many more times in the future since this beautiful place is located only 20 minutes from the Dublin Airport. Can hardly believe we never knew about it before. There is...More
Just an hour train ride from Killiney, Howth offers not just fresh and delicious fish and chips. But a great afternoon stroll by the Lighthouse with seagulls and light sea breeze. A great way to enjoy the good weather in Ireland.
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I would recommend going at sunset, as the views and lighting are breathtaking and wonderful! The sun sets around 8:30-40 p.m. in May. Not much of a hike, and lots of photos to be had at the Marina, Howth Cliff views and of course the...More
Nice place to have a walk along the pier and take photos. The highlight of our walk was seeing sea lions! The farmers market was also on (it was a Sunday) in town. The train station is close and easy to walk to and from...More
We stopped in howth on our way back to Dublin. What a beautiful fishing port and harbour. The walk along the docks is beautiful and plenty of options for food or fresh seafood. If your lucky you can see sea lions in water.