Dollymount Strand Beach

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Facilities

Disability

Activities

Swimming

Nature and Wildlife

Bull Island is a A 300 hectare island in Dublin Bay formed after the construction of the Bull Wall in the 1820's. It is now a Nature Reserve and Bird Sanctuary of international importance with up to 25.000 wading birds using the area in Winter.

Parking

Parking Available /

Water Quality

Not Tested

Lifeguard information

Yes

Dog Information

Dogs must be on a leash and droppings removed.

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How to find Dollymount Strand Beach

Dublin / Dublin

Take Amiens St out to the Clontarf Road. You will start to see the sea. After you pass Clontarf village. travel another 2 miles until you see a sign for Bull Island. Go right for about 3/4 mile to the beach.

Number 130 bus leaves Lower Abbey Street in Dublin city centre. Ask the driver to be let off at the bridge to Bull Island. Cross the bridge. keep straight on for about 10 minutes. and you will come to the beach.

We use a simple colour coded key to display the amount of cottages nearby, the below shows the three different colours and the number range for each one from green through to red.

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  • 11-99 11-99
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