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An afternoon walk from Ringsend as far as the Poolbeg Lighthouse (if you're up to it) through Irishtown Nature Park is a lovely way to spend an afternoon. If you're interested in wild flowers you might find in Irishtown Nature Park among many others, Lucerne,...More
Hear the word Nature reserve we automatically think wild animals and birds. Here it is nothing like that. There is a walkable path to reach South Bull wall and the tall red Lighthouse. Tolerate the foul smell. Just walk walk n walk. You will see...More
Dog walkers paradise and jogger's heaven...5K out and back from beach road to the Red Poolbeg Lighthouse on ...bikers gate to the end and cast a hopeful line...no facilities or coffee just the south wall stones and a cool Irish breeze...parking at the power station...More
What a surprise that I'm living in Dublin 4 for a longtime now and I never knew that this trail existed! A lovely walk which leads all the way to Poolbeg Lighthouse and offers wonderful views around the Dublin coast. Amazing birds and wildlife to...More
I do this walk along the coastline from Sandymount Strand out to Poolbeg light house very often. I park my car at the end of sandy mount strand and walk out along the path, sometimes depending on wind direction the smell can be bad from...More
Dublin center is located along the river and tourists think about Dublin as of a river town. But it does have a sea walk too!
It's easy to get to. A good starting point would be Aviva Stadium - it's a massive landmark and due...More
After walking around Temple Bar, I wanted to get away from it all, so I walked to the Irish Sea and along a trail to the Irishtown Nature Park. It was quite pleasant, with paths going throughout the interior. Distances were short, but it was...More
Only the locals will know how to get to this park, walk across from Irishtown over the beach, or find the road route from the South Side of the river. The mix of sea-birds and shore residents so close to the city is what is...More