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Killiney Hill, Killiney

Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Opened in 1887, Killiney Hill offers travelers a peaceful haven during their busy itineraries. Walkers love the park's pathways that wind through wooded areas and feature fantastic views of Dublin, the Irish Sea, and the mountains of Wales. Look for the obelisk that was built as relief for the poor: the construction work was completed in exchange for food and other assistance. When you get near the shore, keep an eye out for wildlife like seals, sea birds, and even dolphins. The attraction was dedicated to public use by Prince Albert Victor of Wales in memory of Queen Victoria's Jubilee. To visit Killiney Hill on your holiday in Killiney, and find out what else Killiney has to offer, use our Killiney vacation generator.
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  • Got up before dawn to get the view from here. It was well worth the couple mile hike. Beautiful view of the town and the bay. Highly recommended! 
  • Stunning park land well worth exploring some steep steps in places but the view at the top is well worth the climb up. 
  • An easy walk up from Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel, the whole area is a must on a sunny day. Specacular views 
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