Dublin has the benefit of being a home to unequaled beaches. These water attractions can be so tempting especially during the summer season. What makes these beaches
above the usual are the magnificent scenery that frames them. Tourists to Dublin who had the luck to be in any of these beaches are lured into thinking they have been to
paradise. Experience this enthrallment for yourself and see what these beaches have to offer you.
Finding yourself at Dollymont makes you a fortunate tourist especially if you find beaches irresistible. In this location you can swim away your worries through the
Dollymont Blue Flag Beach. The beach provides a serene view which is perfect for some relaxing moments. Its shoreline is well recommended for few tranquil strolls
along the beach. This is recognized by the Blue Flag Committee, and as such, you are guaranteed a safe and enjoyable swim.
For some beach adventure, you can drive your way down the M50 and M1 motorways to Donabate. This village in North County Dublin offers a spectacular Blue Flag beach
which is perfect for your swimming cravings. Lifeguards are on call during bathing period. The water is as overpowering as the surrounding.
For a double purpose beach, check out Killiney. This beach is a top off destination for a swimming adventure and it is equally grand for relaxing walks. There are
varied walking tour along the beach and you can opt to join them for a more profound and in-depth exploration of the place. The shoreline is composed of pebbles and
rocks. This may seem an ordinary stony beach for some but for those who have unique inclination for geological processes, Killiney is an ultimate spot to discover part
of Dublin's history and Killiney's formation.
Another accessible Blue Flag Beach lies on Malahide in Fingal. You can relish the distinctive charm of the water while still getting yourself amazed with an array of
enchanting sights. Malahide Beach is sandy and holds a marina at the Northern end.
For a bit of challenge and thrill, consider a swim at Seapoint Beach in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown. You can indulge in a rousing surf adventure here apart from the
usual swimming activity. This is oftentimes visited by tourists due to its varied appeals: swimming on the north part of the beach while surfing, canoeing and jet
skiing at the south.
Need to beat the heat off your summer vacation? There is nothing as satisfying as a visit to some of these outstanding beaches.
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