One of the key goals for the Dublin Bay Biosphere is to support the development of a sustainable economy and society. Business Champions is an essential part of this. The Biosphere provides an opportunity for businesses of all sectors to “do things differently” while safeguarding the environment for both current and future generations. It is an area that demonstrates a way of living and working that is not only possible but already happening.
Things to See & Do
Fringed with coastal gems, from castles and cliffs to beaches and restaurants, Dublin Bay Biosphere is an awesome playgrounds, right on our doorstep. No matter how you like to spend your free time. Whether you’re a nature lover, foodie, history nut, art aficionado, sports fiend or a night owl, all are catered for within the Dublin Bay Biosphere.
Nature & Outdoor Activities
Take a journey through the Biosphere's stunning seascape from historic Dalkey to the picturesque Howth Head peninsula.
Food & Drink
With the coast to the east and Ireland’s famed farmland to the west and south, the fresh produce on offer here is second to none.
Festival & Events
Dublin’s festivals are many and varied, spanning every season and a broad range of interests.
Learning and Play
There is always something new to experience, learn and explore in the Dublin Bay Biosphere and you'll never be bored with museums, mountains, galleries, markets, seascapes and more to keep you entertained.
It’s impossible to be bored in Dublin – no matter how you like to spend your free time, with museums, mountains, galleries, markets, seascapes and more to keep you entertained.
You can support important research and learn new skills by participating in Citizen Science, meet new people while taking practical action for nature by becoming a volunteer or, if you are a researcher, practitioner or policymaker, by joining the Dublin Bay Biosphere Research Network.