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Dun Laoghaire Harbour is a much-valued public amenity used by thousands of people each day for exercising and sight-seeing as well as the facilities provided for the sailing and yachting communities. The harbour is developed and maintained by the...more
All reviews nice walk ice cream dun laoghaire yacht clubs sunny day long walk light house west pier great exercise fresh air howth head stunning views dublin city centre irish sea great place to walk maritime museum harbour
We love Dun Laoghaire Harbour, it's got a special atmosphere about the place & very relaxing for a nice walk or cup of coffee, lots of choice of food & entertainment, it's a place that should be experienced. There's Dublin DART (Dublin area rapid transit...More
Great place to stroll on a sunny afternoon after dinner.
Lots of ice cream vendors including the wonderful Teddy‘s. Fresh fish Kiosks as well.
Spend delightful hour and get a lungful of bracing Dun Laoghaire air.
We sailed into the marina. We had been here many years ago and the problem is that the visitors berths are away at the end of the pontoons. You have to walk almost 0.5 km to get out of the place. For that reason we...More
The Dun Laoghaire Harbour is a great place for strolling and an ice cream, if the weather permits. Great views of the water and buildings in the far distance. We had a hotel room with a balcony that looked out upon it and it was...More
We have done both walks and it's great to see locals and visitors striding out in the fresh air and enjoying the sea views, we still miss the ferries that used to sail in from Holyhead, Dublin port can't compare to the beauty of Dun...More
Having spent most of my life overseas, I used to delight in sailing into Dun Laoghaire Harbour on my periodic visits home to Ireland. It looked beautiful in the early morning light with St. Michael's Church spire visible in the distance. For me Dun Laoghaire...More
the pier has two levels, which there a steps to access each level. from the pier you will see café and restaurants on the flat, also across from dart station some good restaurants, otherwise there is an incline if you decide... More
the pier has two levels, which there a steps to access each level. from the pier you will see café and restaurants on the flat, also across from dart station some good restaurants, otherwise there is an incline if you decide to explore dun laoghaire itself. For a wonderful scenic trip with no walking take the dart out to Kiliney its runs along the coast, lovely wee café at kiliney dart station, all home baked goods and good coffee and then do the trip back.