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While my husband and I were staying in Bray I had a walk over to Bray head along the seashore. It was amazing as the sun went down and there were several sailing boats out. Great for walkers and sightseers 😊
Very nice view from Bray seafront, gives me a holiday feeling whenever there :)
You can hike Bray head as well, I haven't done that yet, but will when the weather warms up as I can imagine it being quite muddy in this rainy Irish...More
Taking the train south from Dublin to Bray after leaving the suburbs of Dublin city the train winds its way along the coast and bays with many attractive stopping places for seaside resorts and sandy beaches en route.
Bray itself has all the amenities of...More
I've been living in Bray for 22 years and this gentle and scenic climb still takes my breath away. It can be accessed from a number of places from the car park above the Seafront in Bray to the cliff walk starting in Greystones. The...More
There were a few people paddling by the sea but it wasn’t hot enough to swim. We saw a funfair with some thrill seeking rides and researched a booklet of tickets for a cheaper price if you visited the middle
Booth. On such a lovely...More