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The Forty Foot, a historic bathing pool on a promontory on the southern tip of Dublin Bay, is a short walk from the James Joyce Tower. It used to be a male only swimming spot but today both men and women enjoy a swim here. The character of Buck Mulligan...

The Council carries out an extensive beach-cleaning programme on all beaches and acknowledges the importance to the community of such a valuable amenity.

Killiney Beach retained its Blue Flag in 2014 and 2015.

The bathing water profiles for...

For something different this summer try a fun day out for all the family! Travel back in time and enjoy the 15th century living history tour with the actors in period costumes. Professional actors bring the history to life with a fun theatre performance...

This picturesque location in Rathfarnham, overlooked by the historic 18th Century Marlay House and within the grounds of the 247 acre park is home to a playground, a par-3 golf course, a model railway, running and walking trails and various sports...

Sandycove Beach is a lovely small inlet with fine sand. The visitor can take a dip in the sea off the pier area above the cove or just walk out to the water from the beach.

The Council carries out an extensive beach-cleaning programme on all...

Cabinteely sits on the crossroads of Johnstown Road/Brennanstown Road and the Old Bray Road. The Stillorgan Dual Carriageway runs parallel to the Old Bray Road and directly through the suburb, and is one of the major roads linking Dublin with the South...

Dalkey Island is an uninhabited island about 16km south of Dublin, near the village of Dalkey 3km south of Dun Laoghaire Harbour.

From archaeological remains it appears the first people to arrive in this area settled on Dalkey Island about 3000 B....

Killiney Hill Park is immediately surrounded by Dalkey, Killiney, Ballybrack and Loughlinstown. It is easily accessible from Dun Laoghaire, Blackrock, Sallynoggin, Glenageary, Deansgrange, Cabinteely and Shankill and by pedestrians from the local DART...

dlr LexIcon is the centrepiece of a new public space in Moran Park.

It houses a public library - a key community space where all are welcome, a municipal gallery, a Studio theatre space, extensive exhibition and performance spaces, a local history...

The People’s Park is located on the edge of Dún Laoghaire town centre, between Glasthule and the Seafront . The Park has been open to the public since 1890 and features great examples of Victorian architecture with the Gate Lodge and the Tea Rooms, a...

Blackrock Park is a nice green site overlooking Dublin Bay, with a well established children play area and cycle path. Swans can regularly be seen over the pond that features the Peace Fountain, built in 1986 to mark International Year for...

Dun Laoghaire Pier is a popular place for walkers, joggers and pleasure seekers. The pier boasts a Victorian shelter and bandstand that was first constructed in 1890 and has recently undergone extensive renovations. Local musical acts often perform at...