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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 dun laoghaire ice cream yacht clubs sunny day long walk cup of coffee light house west pier great exercise fresh air howth head watch the boats dublin city centre stunning views irish sea great place to walk
The Harbour in Dun Laoghaire is a beautiful place for a walk especially during spells of hot weather. You have the choice of two piers to walk, the East & West. If you are lucky you can enjoy some music and even treat yourself to...More
I stayed at nearby Haddington House and strolled along the pier afternoon and evening. It was quite just during the day but peaceful at night. The pier is well lit and feels safe even in the dark. A lovely place to stretch my legs at...More
Beautiful harbour except for the new modern buildings being thrown up next to beautiful period style buildings. It's ruining the facade of the coast.
We have a lot to learn about planning in our country
All the villages down this coast are very beautiful and Dun Laoghaire is no different.
Quaint little pubs and fresh sea air, you have everything you need for a relaxing Sunday just on your doorstep from Dublin.
At any time of the year it's a marvellous walk along the piers around this great harbour. East and west piers edge the water and provide a safe haven for numerous yachts and dinghies.
It's also a busy ferry port with daily sailings to England.
It is known locally as the borough of Dun Laoire and while it is in Dublin it feels different. It is easily reached by train from Dublin centre. I always preferred the west pier to walk as it is less busy. The town itself has...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.