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Dublin Costal Town and Villages

Tara Towers Hotel near south Dublin Coastal Town and Villages 

 
 
Tara Towers Hotel one of the few beach front facing Hotels in Dublin and is spoilt with its uninterrupted views of Dublin Bay.
 
Staying at the Tara Towers Hotel gives you the opportunity to explore the best Beaches, Harbours, towns and villages, take a trip around and sample some of the best baking, delicious fresh food, from producers in Dublin foody farmer markets just 5 to 45 minutes from your Hotel  
 
For adventure and splashing about there is plenty of exciting activities to take part in including, Windsurfing, kayaking, Wakeboarding Stand up paddle boarding, Dinghy sailing Cruising all available at South Dublin Bay 
 
Coastal Towns and Villages Beaches:
 
Killiney / White Rock / Dalkey 
 
Beach in the capital, a stretch of stunning cost line from Dalkey stunning, Sorrento Terrace looking down on Killiney’s stony beach and White Rock, a slice of paradise on Dublin Bay, where many Famous Musicians and artist live 
Sandycove / 40th Foot/ Dun laoghaire Harbour/ Sea point          
 
 Sunday Food Markets and Artists quarter in Dun Laoghaire People Park 
 
The old Victorian Town of Dun Laoghaire is now the Vibrant Sailing harbour with abundance of water sports to take part in.  Sandycove is fun sandy inlet where children and families paddle and make sand castles, or the opposite side if the small inlet is 40th beautiful forms rocks great for Diving and swimming threw out the year, including the infamous Christmas Day Dip, next we come to Seapoint famous with the locals and travellers for Kite surfing and Paddle Boarding and not forgetting the early morning swimming clubs and water scouts.
 
Blackrock Saturday and Sunday Artist, Antiques market 
 
Blackrock, Booterstown, Sandymount, once home to the Seawater swimming and diving baths, is today a stretch of coast line that is given over to a nature and families to enjoy, the wild birds, the rolling strands and changing tides that brining in a cocktail of Razer clam and Cockle shells stretching all the way to  shelly banks at Ringsend Harbour