Southside coastal areas

The Southside coastal areas stretch from Sandymount Strand all the way out to Greystones and are well linked with the DART commuter rail system, which provides beautiful scenery along with swift transport. Seaside towns like Blackrock, Dún Laoghaire and Dalkey have many scenic walks, restaurants and pubs along with historical monuments as well as being the starting point in James Joyce's famous Ulysses.


Seafood lovers with appreciate restaurants such as Caviston's in Glasthule and Ouzo's in Dalkey where the fish is freshly caught daily by local fishermen and is directly traceable. Getting a Teddy's ice cream before walking Dún Laoghaire Pier is a Dublin institution and taking a dip at Seapoint is a must when the weather is good. You can watch dingy regattas and take a trip to Dalkey Island from Bullock Harbor depending on the weather conditions.


These sleepy towns often come alive at night with plenty of pubs and bars to choose from. If you want to go clubbing then Dún Laoghaire and Bray are your first ports of call whereas Dalkey has a string of authentic Irish pubs that are full of locals.


Tonic Bar

Sheehans Cafe Bar


Apollo Gallery

Irishtown Nature Reserve


Forty Foot (The)

Killiney Hill

Martello Tower (James Joyce Tower)

Dalkey Castle And Heritage Centre - Historical Tours

Blackrock Shopping Centre




Tonic Bar

Akash Indian Restaurant

Marconi Restaurant (The)

Bahay Kubo

Black Tulip Bistro


Rochestown Hotel Dublin

Fitzpatrick Castle Hill

Portview Hotel

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