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Balbriggan Beach is a local landmark and a favourite recreation spot for generations of Dubliners. The area features a working fishing harbour where you can watch the trawlers go by and take in the seaside air. Balbriggan is home to Ardgillan Castle and Demesne consisting of a beautiful castle along with 194 acres of grassland, woodland and gardens overlooking the Irish Sea with views of the Mourne Mountains and Lambay Island.Learn More
Bettystown & Laytown
The Seaside towns of Bettystown & Laytown is only 10km from CityNorth Hotel & are each home to stunning beeches. Bettystown & Laytown encompass the Meath Coastline. The leisure facilities in the Bettystown area include Funtasia, an amusement park, a tennis club and a golf course. Funtasia is an indoor family fun center with bowling, pool and 'fairground' rides. Bettystown beach has been host to the annual National Sandcastle and Sand Sculpturing competition in Ireland since 2003.Learn More
Skerries is a small seaside fishing town in Fingal. As a seaside town, Skerries has some wonderful seaside walks. The South Beach is a 2.5 kilometre stretch of beach where anyone can enjoy an evening stroll along the Irish Sea.Learn More
Malahide is a picturesque and inviting coastal village just half an hour from Dublin city centre by road or rail. With its marina, beach and charming streets full of boutiques and cafes, Malahide has an atmosphere and style of its own.
Explore the venerable Malahide Castle and Gardens, walk from Malahide to Portmarnock along the coast or play a round of golf on Malahide golf course or nearby Portmarnock golf Course.
Howth Head was immortalised in James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’, and it’s not difficult to see why – prose, poetry and song are worthy tributes to the coastal beauty of the area.
Originally a small fishing village, Howth has grown to be a major coastal area with a busy fishing port. The town, with its maritime influences and historic roots, is full of variety, with wild moorland, and stunning cliff and coastal walks within easy reach.
The charming medieval village of Carlingford is situated on the East coast of Ireland, in the heart of the Cooley Peninsula, at the foot of Slieve Foy and overlooking the Mourne mountains. Located halfway between the cities of Belfast and Dublin, visitors will encounter a hub of heritage and folklore.Learn More