Bray Head

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Robyn S
4 contributions
beautiful views ,
Nov 2021
very accessible and moderately easy in terms of it being a short hike. Very close to the main area and town
Written November 24, 2021
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miriamodowd12
County Dublin, Ireland43 contributions
Sublime
Oct 2020
Easy peaceful and natural walk. I enjoy it most of all because my Grandma brought me there regularly as a child and I devoured candy floss on the walk! :)
Written September 21, 2021
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Fergus M
Bray, Ireland2 contributions
Beautiful views while getting in the steps
Sep 2021 • Friends
Lovely walk from Bray to Greystones. Parts of it are quite steep but for the most part it’s very scenic just wear the correct footwear.
Written September 20, 2021
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adriancconway88
Dublin, Ireland1 contribution
Bray Head
Aug 2020
Just a lovely walk, went from Bray to Greystones and had a picnic in corn fields along the way. When Covid is over i would love to do it again and have lunch in the Happy Pear, that was missing from the experience.
Written January 30, 2021
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Grainne B
2 contributions
Breath taking views
Aug 2020
A really beautiful walk with amazing sea views, and views of Bray and Greystones, so tranquil and you meet very few people
Written August 22, 2020
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Barbara-BrookeMorales-Murphy
London, UK675 contributions
beautiful walk
Jul 2020 • Friends
Park your car in the car park below, pay car park and walk thr Bray head. Approximately 1 hour, easy and lovely walk along the coast.
Written July 31, 2020
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Ciarrai2014
County Kildare, Ireland578 contributions
Great view of blue sea 🌊
Jul 2020 • Family
Great view of blue sea on a sunny ☀️ day. Also watch the dart pass by and go into a tunnel. Lots of birds around
Written July 28, 2020
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DJCass
Ireland276 contributions
Wow for scenary
Jul 2020
Great way to spend a day, climb Bray head and then spend the evening walking the seafront and eating in one f its excellent restaurants
Written July 24, 2020
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Dan M
16 contributions
Lovely walk
May 2020
A fantasy one and half hour walk made my day . view from the top is spectacular . Try on a sunny afternoon. 👍
Written May 19, 2020
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James W
Hilton Head, SC796 contributions
If your looking to take a really nice walk in Dublin, Ireland. I highly recommended visiting Bray Head , Bray , County Wicklow.
Mar 2020 • Friends
I highly recommended visiting Bray, Head , Bray , County Wicklow, Ireland. The views from the top of Bray Head are beautiful and breathtaking. If you are visiting Dublin. Be sure to take the DART Train out to Bray. Nice to take a walk along the seafront in Bray and then you can start your walk to the top of Bray Head. Definitely wear a pair of walking or running shoes that are very comfortable. When walking a long the seafront you can find lots of great cafes, restaurants and Ice-cream stores. I personally know Bray from my school days in this beautiful town. We often walked a long the Bray Seafront and often walked to the top of Bray Head. A little side note my school had an annual game called the Bray Head Game played on St.Patricks Day every year. Lots of running up and down Bray Head and competing against Team London which was located at the bottom and Team New York at the top. Pirates would be located trying to steal cargo from each team. Cargo consisted of cards that were either a 2 or 1. New Yorkers and Londoners could also challenge each other. At the very end whom ever had the most points got to share the sweets AKA-Candy. Happy Days from my time at Aravon, School, Bray County Wicklow. Sadly the school has since closed down but the memories live on. As stated in the above a visit to Bray Head is highly recommended. Lastly if you are also looking for a really long walk you can walk from Bray Head to Greystones, County Wicklow. Beautiful cliff walk. Just be mindful of the time if you are taking the DART. There is a DART Station in Greystones also.
Written May 9, 2020
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