Bray is known as the Gateway to the Garden of Ireland and is the longest established seaside town in Ireland. It is only 19km (12 miles) south of Dublin and is reached by DART, Train, Bus or the N11 road. There is a safe beach of sand and s
The picturesque and historical village of Delgany is accessible to a wide range of services, amenities and sporting facilities, for example, woodland and mountain walks, Greystones Railway Station, N11/M11, first class shopping and dining.
This extremely picturesque village was built to accompany the manor house of the nearby Powerscourt Estate and is an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding countryside as well as the magnificent Powerscourt grounds. Enniskerry
The town of Greystones is located on the east coast just south of Bray Head. Originally a small fishing village, Greystones has grown significantly over the past number of years but has not lost its friendly and welcoming village atmosphere
The village of Kilcoole, just south of Greystones, is perhaps the best known of its kind in Ireland – doubling as the fictional village of Glenroe in RTE’s popular soap opera in Kilcoole making it a very well known and special p
Welcome to Kilmacanogue, gateway to Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains, situated at the foot of the Great Sugarloaf Mountain on the main route from Dublin to Wexford. The ancient Irish name Cill Mocheanóg meaning the church of Mocheanó
The village with the longest name in Ireland has been a popular tourist destination for the last century. A picturesque village set in woodlands and glens including Glen O’Downs, Altidore, Callowhill and Kilmurry. Explore the adjoining vi