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All reviews worth the climb tough walk lovely beach great climb wicklow mountains well worth the effort the cliff lovely view the loop takes about minutes irish sea dublin bay walk up take your time nice walk great place to visit dart train
We took a train here and had a walk along the coastline, walking on a trek above the train tracks that went from Bray to the next stop Greystones. The trek was magnificant and we saw the great expanse of the sea, cows, trains and...More
We took the train from Dublin and ended up in a small town - Bray. It is a beautiful seaside town. We took a walk along the promenade and ended up to the beginning of Bray Head, of course me being the adventurous type I...More
At work during brake is nice to have wolk at the stone beach at Bray and have look at the head... is magnificent place and when the whether is sunny u will joy that iven more.
Ther is lots of restaurants and pubs so everyone...More
Bray lies on the East coast of Ireland, The promenade which leads you up to Bray head is a mile long and continues out to Greystones about 5 miles away along a meandering walk around the base of Bray Head. The sound of the sea...More
We much enjoyed the mile-long walk along beachfront promenade ending at Bray Head. The hike up to see the cross at the peak offers panoramic views of the scenic Wicklow Mountains and the Sugar Loaf; many people make a pilgrimage up here during Holy Week....More
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 😊