shankill &

Dún Laoghaire

Morning Activities

Shankill Beach

Only a short walking distance from the village,
Shankill beach is the perfect location for that morning walk
with stunning views across to Killiney and further south to Bray. It is also very suitable for your furry friend to enjoy who will love the sea breeze as much as you.

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Explore Shankill: beach
Explore DLR : Shankill Mountain Bikes

Glencullen Adventure Park

Do you feel like getting active on your break away from the city?
Then look no further than the Glencullen Adventure Park.
A bike park that offers bike rental and a range of downhill trails
ranging in difficulty to suit novices and experts. Don’t worry about getting back to the top, they also have an uplift service to do the hard work for you.

Visit https://www.thegap.ie/ for moreinfo.
Covid-19 Update: Open for Business.

LeadMines Way & Ballycorus Chimney

A lovely, easy walk of an afternoon on good paths through
the woodland will bring you to the lead mines
Ballycorus chimney.There are some amazing views from the
summit and believe it or not, you are still in Dublin.
It seems a far cry from the city below. The chimney is one for the archaeological lovers, it was built in the 19th century to dispel the fumes from the lead works at the bottom of the hill.

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Explore Shankill: lead mines

Lunch Break

DLR explore Shankill: Shankill Bradys restaurant and bar

Brady’s Shankill

Bradys of Shankill is an award winning restaurant and bar.
It is known as one of South Dublin's leading go-to destinations for morning coffee, afternoon tea or evening dining and is world renowned amongst tourists across the globe. It’s a must visit when in Shankill.

Covid-19 Update: Open for Business
Find out more at https://www.bradysshankill.ie/.

Cafe Gourmet

Open from 12-3pm daily, Café Gourmet has a perfect range of lunch offerings to suit all taste buds. Perfect for that quick sandwich or to take the weight off your feet and dine in whilst enjoying one of their hearty lunch meals.

Covid-19 Update: Open for Business.

DLR Tourism eateries: Shankill Cafe Gourmet
Johnny foxes glencullen: Dlr Tourism

Johnny Fox's

Whether you are looking to enjoy a wholesome pint of the
'black stuff', to get a glimpse of ‘old Ireland’, to enjoy a tasty meal,
to enjoy the unique Irish atmosphere, or to listen to some traditional
Irish music, Johnnie Fox’s most definitely has something for you. The setting of Johnnie Fox’s is just like you have been invited to a 19th century rural Irish home, with food and service to 21st century standards.

Covid-19 Update: Open for Business
Find out more at https://www.johnniefoxs.com/.

Afternoon Activities

Wicklow Way

A famous walkway, beginning in Marlay Parkand ending in
Clonegal, you can join the route in Glencullen at the 9km stage.
Walking eastwards along the road, the route then turns
south to cross the Glencullen River. The hike then begins the ascent towards Prince William's Seat (555m) followed by a zigzag descent to the Enniskerry road at about 17km, directly north of Knockree Hill.

DLR Tourism, explore the Wicklow way
DLR Tourism, things to do: Shankill tennis club

Shankill Tennis Club

Fancy working on that forehand? Shankill Tennis club is a
pay and play tennis club which allows members of the public to book courts and enjoy some tennis. With a mixture of indoor and outdoor courts,you can enjoy a game of tennis all year round.

Covid-19 Update: Open for Business.
Find out more at: https://shankilltennisclub.com/

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