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It all starts only 10 minutes from Dublin City Centre. The beautiful Dublin Coast is truly where the city meets the sea. Go hiking or horse riding, mountain biking or zip lining, golfing or paintballing. Go wildlife watching, explore ancient sites and monuments or just savour the spectacular views. The trails and forests of the Dublin Mountains and stunning seaside setting have something for everyone.

Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre

Why not visit Dalkey Castle to enjoy their “Living History” live theatre performances as part of a guided tour every half hour. There are costumed actors on site to enlighten, engage, amuse and entertain you. Experienced guides and actors will help you to explore and examine the features of the Fortified Town House / Castle. For more information, contact Dalkey Castle on:

T: +353 1 2858366

info@dalkeycastle.com
www.dalkeycastle.com

Cycling

A fantastic way to explore a slice of Ireland's east coast while staying active and enjoying the outdoors! Explore the stunning coastline or take to the Dublin Mountains,
all easily accessible with bike tours and rentals populated across Dun Laoghaire – Rathdown.

Contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk for more information
on tours and rentals, on (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Airfield Trust, Dundrum

Airfield Trust, Dundrum is an urban farm established by the Overend family in 1974, for educational and recreational purposes. The farm, gardens, café and heritage experience in the Overend family home, offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to enjoy and learn about food, farming, gardens, growing, history and heritage in a natural and relaxed environment. For more information, contact Airfield Trust on:

T: +353 1 9696666
info@airfield.ie
www.airfield.ie

Equestrian Adventures

The Paddocks Riding Centre is a truly fabulous equestrian facility located high in the Dublin Mountains overlooking Dublin City. Why not get away from the busy city life and enjoy some riding lessons, a one or two hour exciting trek through the Dublin Mountains enjoying the amazing views and beautiful scenery. For more information, contact The Paddocks Riding Centre on: T: +353 1 2954278

info@paddocks.ie
www.paddocks.ie

Pich and Putt / Par 3 Golf

Set in the scenic surroundings of Glencullen, and just a stone’s throw from Johnnie Fox’s pub, Willie Fox’s Par 3 golf course offers top rate playing facilities to experienced golfers and beginners alike.

For more information on Willie Fox’s or other courses in Dun Laoghaire – Rathdown, contact DLR Tourist Information Centre Kiosk on: (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Marlay Park & House

Marlay Park is situated just nine kilometers from Dublin city centre. The 85 hectares of parkland comprises woodlands, ponds and walks. The house and gardens are open to tours daily in the summer months; at other times by appointment.

For more information, please contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk on (01) 280 6964 or e-mail info@dlrtourism.ie

Hillwalking

The Dublin Mountains is an exciting recreational facility for the young and old. Whether you are interested in a walk with the family, a cross county hike or a spin on a mountain bike, the trails and forests of the Dublin Mountains has something for everyone. For more information on the Dublin Mountains, contact:

T: +353 1 2011187
info@dublinmountains.ie
www.dmp.ie

A Coastal Drive

Driving through the narrow streets and winding roads of Killiney and Dalkey will lead you through some of the Dublin’s oldest and most stunning scenery. It is also where some of Ireland’s most well-known celebrities call home so you never know who you might see along the way!

Contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk for more information
on tours and rentals, on (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Sailing

Learn to sail with the Irish National Sailing School. The Irish National Sailing School is a Junior & Schools Sailing provider based on the West Pier, Dún Laoghaire, in county Dublin. We still have a tremendous zest for the sport and enjoy nothing more than seeing a beginner get to grips with the skills of sailing. Full equipment provided, private
lessons also available. For more information contact:

T: +353 1 2844195
sailing@inss.ie
www.inss.ie

Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre

Why not visit Dalkey Castle to enjoy their “Living History”
live theatre performances as part of a guided tour every half hour.
There are costumed actors on site to enlighten, engage, amuse and
entertain you. Experienced guides and actors will help you to
explore and examine the features of the Castle.
For more information, contact Dalkey Castle on:

T: +353 1 2858366

info@dalkeycastle.com
www.dalkeycastle.com

Cycling

A fantastic way to explore a slice of Ireland's east coast while staying
active and enjoying the outdoors! Explore the stunning coastline
or take to the Dublin Mountains, all easily accessible with bike tours
and rentals populated across Dun Laoghaire – Rathdown.

Mountain Biking - https://www.thegap.ie/
Bike Rental - https://www.biking.ie/
Road Bike Rental - https://roadbikehire.ie/

Contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk for more information
on tours and rentals, on (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Marlay Park & House

Marlay Park is situated just nine kilometers from Dublin city
centre. The 85 hectares of parkland comprises woodlands,
ponds and walks. The house and gardens are open to tours
daily in the summer months; at other times by appointment.
There is a weekly farmers market that operates
every Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 4pm

For more information, please contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk
on (01) 280 6964 or e-mail info@dlrtourism.ie


Hill Walking

The Dublin Mountains is an exciting recreational facility
for the young and old. Whether you are interested in a walk with
the family, a cross county hike or a spin on a mountain bike,
the trails and forests of the Dublin Mountains has something for everyone.
For more information on the Dublin Mountains, contact:

T: +353 1 2011187
info@dublinmountains.ie
www.dmp.ie

Equestrian Adventures

The Paddocks Riding Centre is a truly fabulous equestrian
facility located high in the Dublin Mountains overlooking Dublin City.
Why not get away from the busy city life and enjoy some riding
lessons or a one or two hour exciting trek through the Dublin Mountains
enjoying the amazing views and beautiful scenery.
T: +353 1 2954278
info@paddocks.ie / www.paddocks.ie

Carrickmines Equestrian Centre provides horse riding lessons for all levels
of experience as well as pony camps and polocrosse.
T: +353 1 295 5990
www.carrickminesequestrian.ie

A Coastal Drive

Driving through the narrow streets and winding roads of Killiney
and Dalkey will lead you through some of the Dublin’s oldest and most
stunning scenery. It is also where some of Ireland’s most well-known
celebrities call home so you never know who you might see along
the way!

Contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk for more information
on tours and rentals, on (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Sailing

Learn to sail with the Irish National Sailing School.
The Irish National Sailing School is a Junior & Schools
Sailing provider based on the West Pier, Dún Laoghaire,
in county Dublin. For more information contact:

T: +353 1 2844195
sailing@inss.ie
www.inss.ie

GoSailing operate from the Dun Laoghaire Marina and offer you
the chance to get out on the beautiful waters of Dublin Bay.
https://www.gosailing.ie/

Pitch and Putt / Par 3 Golf

Set in the scenic surroundings of Glencullen, and just astone’s
throw from Johnnie Fox’s pub, Willie Fox’s Par 3 golf courseoffers top rate playing facilities to experienced golfers and beginners alike.

For more information on Willie Fox’s or other courses in
Dun Laoghaire – Rathdown, contact DLR Tourist Information Centre Kiosk on: (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Airfield Estate Dundrum

Airfield Estate, Dundrum, is an urban farm established by the
Overend family in 1974, for educational and recreational
purposes. The farm, gardens, café and heritage experience
in the Overend family home, offers visitors a wonderful
opportunity to enjoy and learn about food, farming, gardens,
growing, history and heritage in a natural and relaxed environment.
For more information, contact Airfield Estate on:

T: +353 1 9696666
info@airfield.ie
www.airfield.ie

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