Life in Dublin is varied, energetic and comfortable. This compact city has everything you need, either on your doorstep or a short trip away via a comprehensive public transport and roads network. The people are friendly, the culture is rich and the history is fascinating.
There's so much to do in Dublin that you'll want to plan your time to ensure you don't miss the best bits! This link provides details on many of the current events and activities taking place over the coming days/weeks.Find Out More
Things to do
It’s impossible to be bored in Dublin – no matter how you like to spend your free time. Whether you’re a history nut, an art aficionado, a sports fiend or a night owl, this city has the museums, mountains, galleries, markets, nightlife and more to keep you entertained. This link offers an insight into many of the year-round attracts on offer in DublinFind Out More
The outdoors is truly accessible here. Travel just a few kilometers from Dublin’s City Centre and you’ll find yourself in a peaceful area that combines miles of wavelapped coastline with rugged mountain terrain. Maritime activities abound on and in the sparkling waters of Dublin Bay, while landlubbers will find plenty to enjoy among the slopes and valleys of the Dublin Mountains. Although a quieter counterpoint to Southern Ireland’s capital city, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown’s land- and seascapes nurture an impressive range of activities and attractions for all kinds of visitors.
There’s a host of activities to enjoy on land and in the pristine waters of the Irish Sea. You can learn to sail, enjoy a thrilling trip in a power-boat, or try paddleboarding, kayaking and surfing. Dive in for a sea swim or just relax on the beach. Go fishing or take a cruise and learn about the incredible Dublin Bay UNESCO Biosphere. Hire a bike or simply go for a stroll and enjoy the breathtaking views.Find Out More
Looking for something to do on Dublin's South Coast? This link provides details on the current events taking place from the mountains to the sea and everything in between.Find Out More
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On the doorstep to Dublin City and home to Dublin Airport Fingal Dublin offers the best of Ireland; old world charm, scenery, and a rich heritage. This 450sq.km region derives its name from the Gaelic words ’Fine Gall’ or 'land of the fair haired stranger' in reference to the Vikings who settled here. Fingal Dublin landscape is diverse ranging from bustling villages in a rolling country landscape, picturesque seaside villages surrounded by sandy beaches and rugged coastline and vibrant urban towns of ancient heritage all offering excellent accommodation, fine restaurants, and friendly pubs.
The Visit Fingal website offers a wonderful collection of events and activities on offer to visitors wanting to explore the Greater Dublin area.Find Out More
However you want to spend you time from all action or relaxation, Fingal has it all!Find Out More
Did you know Dublin has a stunning coastline? Picture long sandy beaches and rugged coastline dotted with picturesque seaside towns and villages, picture rolling green landscape only interrupted by bustling heritage towns.... and all only minutes from the city. Find out more about the wonderful attractions on offer in Fingal.Find Out More
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.
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.
Nature & Outdoor Activities
Take a journey through the Biosphere's stunning seascape from historic Dalkey to the picturesque Howth Head peninsula.