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Visit the charming towns and villages that adorn our coastline – there are loads of fun cultural attractions and delights just waiting for you to discover them. You can explore ancient castles and harbours, browse unique boutiques, and eat in some of the best restaurants in Ireland. The choice is yours.

Walking the East Pier and the Metals

There are few things more satisfying than a leisurely stroll along the East Pier and The Metals, which leads all the way to Dalkey taking in every beautiful piece of scenery as you go.

For some colour commentary, why not download the audio trails which highlight all of the history and heritage of the East Pier and The Metals.

Don’t forget to stop off for an ice-cream along the way!

Sculpture Trail

This Sculpture Trail contains an interactive map of the significant collection of public sculpture and monuments in the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown area. The Map details 39 pieces in total.

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

Cycle Tours

Dún Laoghaire Cycle Tours will take you on a historic and scenic route from Dún Laoghaire to Killiney and back, visiting many important heritage sights and points of interest. Learn about the first ever public transport rail route and catch a glimpse of the local seals in Bullock Harbour.

For more information, or to book a tour, visit: https://www.facebook.com/dunlaoghairecyclingtours

Sailing

Dublin Bay Cruises
Why not take a trip on Dublin’s beautiful living bay and enjoy the city from a truly unique perspective.Award Winning Cruises. Perfect for Corporate Events
and Private Parties. For more information, contact:

T: +353 1 901 1757
www.dublinbaycruises.ie

Irish National Sailing and Powerboat School
Offers all variety of sailing lessons in a variety of craft (for all age groups) in the harbour and bay.
https://www.inss.ie/

GoSailing
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/


Walking Tour from Dalkey to Sandycove

Download the “I walk guide” for your free self guided walking tour “Dalkey to Sandycove”, via the following link: www.vistitdublin.com

or contact the DLR Tourist Information Kiosk on (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie for more information.

Book Festivals

Celebrate writers and the art of writing in the company of readers of all ages. For more information on this years festivals. Visit:

Dalkey Book Festival
www.dalkeybookfestival.org

Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival

T: +353 1 2890500
mountainstosea@dlrcoco.ie
www.mountainstosea.ie

Hill Walking

Trails & Tales offer short cultural walking tours in the Dublin Mountains with magnificent views over Dublin City and Bay. These walking tours of The Dublin Mountains take just over an hour and are suitable for all regardless of age or fitness level. Longer walking tours of up to 3 hours can be arranged and tailored to suit group needs.

See here for more information

Contact DLR Tourist Information Kiosk for more information.
Phone (01) 280 6964 or e-mail info@dlrtourism.ie

Killiney Park Hill

Enjoy the spectacular views of Killiney Bay and inland towards the mountains and the valley of the river Liffey, or northwards as far as the Cooley Peninsula in Ulster. On the Southside of the hill there are the remains of an ancient church, “The Druid’s Chair”, an Obelisk erected in the eighteenth century and an old semaphore signalling station. See location on map.

Golfing

Dun Laoghaire - Rathdown is a golfer’s paradise.
There are a number of top courses such as Dun Laoghaire Golf Club, Stepaside Golf Club, Leopardstown Driving Range and also a number of challenging par three courses located throughout the county.

For further details, contact the DLR Tourist Information Kiosk
on (01) 280 6964 or info@dlrtourism.ie

Walking the East Pier and the Metals

There are few things more satisfying than
a leisurely stroll along the East Pier and The Metals,
which leads all the way to Dalkey taking in every
beautiful piece of scenery as you go.

For some colour commentary, why not download
the audio trails which highlight all of the history and
heritage of the East Pier and The Metals.

Don’t forget to stop off for an ice-cream along the way!

Sculpture Trail

This Sculpture Trail contains an interactive map
of the significant collection of public sculpture and
monuments in the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown area.
The Map details 39 pieces in total. Pick up a map
from us in the Tourist Information Centre,
or view the online version here

Cycle Tours

Dún Laoghaire Cycle Tours will take you on a
historic and scenic route from Dún Laoghaire to Killiney
and back, visiting many important heritage sights and
points of interest. Learn about the first ever public
transport rail route and catch a glimpse of the local seals
in Bullock Harbour.T: +353 86875844
www.dunlaoghairecyclingtours.com/

Walking Tour from Dalkey to Sandycove

Download the “I walk guide” for your free
self guided walking tour “Dalkey to Sandycove”,
via the following link: www.visitdublin.com

Book Festivals



Dalkey Book Festival
www.dalkeybookfestival.org

Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival

T: +353 1 2890500
mountainstosea@dlrcoco.ie
www.mountainstosea.ie

Cruise of Dublin Bay

Aboveboard is a Southside based urban water
sports activity centre. We offer kitesurfing and
stand up paddle boarding (SUP) lessons and rentals.
The club is conveniently located on Dublin city’s south
coast in the hub of maritime Dún Laoghaire.
Courses run April to November.T: +353 1 9011757

bookings@dublinbaycruises.com
www.dublinbaycruises.com

Hill Walking

Trails & Tales offer short cultural walking tours
in the Dublin Mountains with magnificent views over
Dublin City and Bay. These walking tours of
The Dublin Mountains take just over an hour and
are suitable for all regardless of age or fitness level.
Longer walking tours of up to 3 hours can be arranged
and tailored to suit group needs.T: +353 871213360

info@trailsandtalesdublin.com
www.trailsandtails.ie

Killiney Hill Park

Enjoy the spectacular views of Killiney Bay and inland
towards the mountains and the valley of the river Liffey,
or northwards as far as the Cooley Peninsula in Ulster.
On the Southside of the hill there are the remains of an
ancient church, “The Druid’s Chair”, an Obelisk erected in
the eighteenth century and an old semaphore signalling station. www.dlrcoco.ie/parks/killiney.html

Golfing

Dún Laoghaire Rathdown is a golfer’s paradise.
There are a number of top courses such as Kilternan
Golf & Country Club and also a number of challenging
par three courses located throughout the county.
For further details contact the Tourist Information Kiosk

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