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Greystones, Co Wicklow

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Dalkey (Southbound) walk to Killiney Hill for more great views of the Dublin coast and some very good pubs  - or stay on until Greystones to experience village life and more great restaurants and cafés."  See More

"Another option (which I always recommend) is to take the DART (coastal train) from Dublin city (Tara Street or Pearse Street) to Howth or Greystones or, ideally both - taking lunch in one place and dinner in the other."  See More

"Howth Head - a cliff walk with lovely views) all the way south to Greystones in Co."  See More

"The first thing I always recommend is to take the DART electric train all long the coast - the last stops at either end are Howth and Greystones The entire trip takes about 2 hours and you can get the train in the centre of Dublin at Pearse, Connolly or Tara St."  See More

"to Dalkey Howth and/or Greystones While away an hour or two in a good pub and talk to some Dubliners."  See More

"Greystones is a nice village with a good beach and a great fish 'n chips shop by the harbour."  See More

"Darren has some great suggestions and I would add Airbnb and suggest you also look at staying anywhere along the DART line (Dublin Area Rapid Transport - an electric train that runs along the coast from North county Dublin (Last stop north: Howth; a lovely fishing village with lots of nice fish restaurants) and last stop south: Greystones in Co Wicklow - another really nice little town) Many of the villages on the route have a beach and some have really nice walking routes: Killiney Dalkey Greystones Clontarf Blackrock and Howth for example."  See More

"Firstly (and I always suggest this) take the DART train from Lansdowne road to Greystones in Co."  See More

"There is a DART train that runs all along the coast from Howth in the North to Greystones in Wicklow and runs frequently (at least every 20 minutes) There is also a tram system called the LUAS."  See More

"As your time is limited I would suggest some places close to Dublin like Howth, a seaside town in North county Dublin or Greystones in Wicklow."  See More

"You probably took the coast train between Howth and Greystones which is a lovely scenic ride."  See More

"A little further south you can climb the Wicklow mountains, Glendalough Glencree Great Sugar Loaf take beautiful coastal walks like Bray (Ireland) to Greystones or walk Howth Head go swimming or windsurfing off Vico Rd or Sandycove."  See More

"I suggest taking half day (the train trip takes about 2 hours in total) maybe have lunch in Howth, go for a walk on Howth head or the pier, then hop back on the Dart and book dinner in Greystones."  See More

"The weather tends to be very versatile, but on nice days you can go to the seaside, there are a few places: Portmarnock Beach, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Howth (very nice cliff walk with a lovely pub at the end), Bray Head (you can also take the DART to Greystones and walk there)."  See More

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