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What are great outdoor activities in Dublin during the warmer months?

Wondering what the weather is like in Dublin at this time of year? Ideally, we want to go in the warmer months and want to do the most outdoors without it being cold! What are the best things to do in Dublin outdoors and when is it the warmest?

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top answer by
Maria from Dublin

You can never predict the weather in Dublin. That said usually July to September are warmest with less rain. Dublin is a fantastic city location-wise (I know I am biased!)  We have the sea and the mountains on our doorstep. There is plenty of outdoor activity: walking, surfing, mountain climbing, kayaking...the scenery from the Dublin mountains is lovely.

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

Phoenix Park is a big park to the north of the city which is great for running or cycling, pony trekking or flying model aircraft. Dublin Gliding Club is a few miles south in Naas if you like gliding. As we say in Ireland "There is no bad weather, just the wrong clothing"

Have a great trip. If you get cold while you visit you'll feel the warmth of the people!Glendalough, Co. Wicklow

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  1. Dublin (attraction)
  2. Glendalough (city)
  3. Glencree (attraction)
  4. Great Sugar Loaf (attraction)
  5. Bray (Ireland) (city)
  6. Greystones (attraction)
  7. Howth Head (attraction)
  8. Vico Rd (attraction)
  9. Sandycove (attraction)
  10. Phoenix Park (attraction)
  11. Dublin Gliding Club (attraction)
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answered by
Oisín from Dublin, Ireland

Hiking in the Dublin Mountains

Kitesurfing on the beaches in Dollymount

Paddleboarding through the city

Cycling to Howth or Dún Laoghaire

Cliff jumping in Howth or the 40 foot

Playing the ´right-left´ game

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  2. Howth (attraction)
  3. Dún Laoghaire (attraction)
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answered by
Liz from Alpena

I loved exploring the city both on foot and with the hop on hop off bus tour. The tour acts as your transportation around the city as well. The weather can be rainy, although when I visited (last June), the weather was in the upper 60's.

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answered by
Felipe from Campos dos Goytacazes

I'm afraid that doesnt exist warmer months in Ireland, buddy. If you have luck, you can get some sunny days in June and July, but always with rain for a few minutos over the day. Somehow, the Phoenix Park is the biggest park in Europe and very beautiful. You can go to Howth and Bray (Ireland) by train to see wonderful cliffs and eat the best fish and chips.

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  1. Phoenix Park (attraction)
  2. Howth (attraction)
  3. Bray (Ireland) (city)
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