THE HOT SPOT 1—-DALKEY
A seaside town with big name pedigree, Dalkey is Home to the likes of Bono, The Edge, Van Morrison and unique history in the form of a 10th century church ad two Norman castles right on its main street. Take a boat trip to Dalkey Island and enjoy the thrill of abseiling at Killiney Hill; just two fun activities to pit any adventurer The Writers’ Gallery at Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre is essential for literature lovers.
THE HOT SPOT 2—HOWTH
Nestled beneath the hilly headland that lies in the north of beautiful Dublin Bay, the visitors could find this quaint fishing village. A revitalizing getaway, Howth is perfect for anglers in search of the catch of the day, here anyone can enjoy a delicious meal at one of its many seafront restaurants.
THE HOT SPOT 3—Dún Laoghaire
A popular destination for holiday makers since Victorian times, the elegant port town of Dun Longhair is awash with brightly-painted villas, palm trees and town land parks. Enjoy a stroll along the pier and seafront to Sandy cove and get closer to the water with a spot of sailing, or dives in for a swim
THE HOT SPOT 4—MALAHIDE
This quaint town boasts full of the colorful landmarks such as the medieval style –Malahide Castle –as one of the oldest in Ireland, a bustling marina and a pristine beach in discovering chic cafes, stylish boutiques, independent bookshops and mouth-watering local artisan produce in this coastal haven. For fun, to Malahide, The inter link trains go around the Castle & Gardens, the marina view sights and the small towns by seaside.
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