The towns and quaint villages around Dublin City; the lovely river valleys; the bustling port of Howth; the Fingal shoreline are all typical of Ireland. You are never far from the sea, the peaceful countryside or a warm pub. Within a short distance of the city, mountain walks, ancient castles, sandy beaches and fishing ports provide a dramatic contrast to the urban buzz.
Go south of Dublin City to relax in charming villages accessed by quiet country lanes. Just a short distance away is the region of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, with its splendid coastline strewn with tiny villages, offering visitors plenty of leisure activities to choose from.
The River Liffey, flowing over divergent landscapes provides excellent trout and salmon fishing. The region’s villages and country towns have retained their gentle, unhurried pace despite the growing reach of the city.
From its beautiful beaches and lovely sheltered bays along the eastern shore, the Dublin Region spreads inland over ancient hills, through medieval towns to ultra modern shopping arcades - promising visitors endless opportunities to enjoy and discover Ireland
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