The Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk, Bray

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Hike around a coastal cliff and get some great views on The Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk, often used by locals to move between towns along the coast. Seabirds nest in the rocks and take flight over your head, and the water breaks against cliffs in windy weather. The 7 km (4.3 mi) trail follows the train line, so you can travel back to Bray after your walk with a quick ride on the rails. It's an easy walk, accessible to all skill levels and protected from the steep cliffs by a stone barricade that blends well with the natural surroundings. Put The Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bray trip itinerary planner.
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Bray boasts a wide varity of accommodation options, including luxurious seaside hotels, charming guesthouses, and old-fashioned bed and breakfasts. Hotels on the shoreline are among the most expensive lodgings in town. Though Bray tends to cater to wealthy Dubliners, there are options here for a range of travelers. If you're looking for something a bit more affordable than the beachfront hotels, check out the bed and breakfasts in the town's center.
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  • We met friends that are currently living just south of Greystones in Bray to hang and walk the cliff trail. It is simply beautiful, overlooking the water. This is simple to get to via the regional tra...  more »
  • The walk is approx 7km, very easy, very pretty. We started in bray, where we left our car near the dart station, and walked to greystones, the very last part of the walk isn't so pretty as greystones ...  more »
  • A great combination of sea, hills, cliffs, forest and wildlife (in form of seagulls and cormorans). It might be better to go to Greystones via train and then walk back to Bray, as Bray has wider selec...  more »