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Poolbeg Lighthouse, Dublin

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  • Beautiful walk, lovely views and lots of sea air. Only downside was some of the locals who refused to keep their dogs on leads or at least keep them away from those of us who had ours properly leashed...  more »
  • We choose to walk here and it was really long walk to be honest, you can access through the industrial estate or along the beach walk from Sandymount (much nicer this way), either way it'll be a long ...  more »
  • Visited here having walked from Ringsend. Took over an hour to get there. Road is busy because of port traffic and the building of the incinerator. Wind against us on the way out. It's not very level ...  more »
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  • Lovely view of Dublin bay and you can watch the ships coming and going from Dublin port. The walk along the pier is lovely on a summers evening.
  • A lovely spot for a long walk, a run or even a bike-ride (if you can take the cobblestones). One side offers a breathtaking view on the sea and the nearby coast, the other side is factories and containers management facilities.
  • I have done the walk out to the lighthouse regularly. It gives you an amazig view of dublin bay but the big downside is the stench coming from the sewage treatment plant near by if your caught upwind of it.
  • Great place for a long walk, quiet, beautiful, peaceful.
  • One of the best walks in Dublin. REALLY worth the trip.