Things To Do
Dun Laoghaire is a coastal town based seven miles south of Dublin city and has a direct ferry route from from Holyhead in Wales by Stena Line’s magnificent HSS craft.
The town, with its thriving commercial centre, has the advantage of being beside the sea offering magnificent coastal views.
Within 15 minutes you can be in Dublin City by DART (suburban rail).
Dun Laoghaire, both a Victorian and Modern town, has played an important part in the development of Modern Ireland.
Its Harbour, the largest man-made harbour in Western Europe, was one of the great architectural/engineering projects of the 19th Century and remains an important working port as well as a valuable leisure facility.
For over a century Dun Laoghaire was the main sea route between Britain and Ireland.
Today Dun Laoghaire is a vibrant exciting place; a mélange of the old and new. It is the administrative centre for the County and has its own Theatre, 12-Screen Cinema Complex, Maritime Museum, Golf Course, on-street shopping, two shopping centres, an excellent public transport system and ample car parking.
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