Trails and Maps
The beautful Dublin Coast is truly where the city meets the sea. There’s a host of actvites to enjoy on land and in the pristne waters of the Irish Sea. You can learn to sail, enjoy a thrilling trip in a power-boat, or try paddleboarding, kayaking and kite-surfng. 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 breath-taking views. Visit the charming towns and villages which adorn our coastline – there are loads of fun cultural atractons and delights just waitng for you to discover them. You can explore ancient castles and harbours, browse unique boutques, and eat in some of the best restaurants in Ireland. The choice is yours.
Below are our 4 visitor maps
1 - Urban Splash - This map shows the wealth of water based activities in the picturesque towns & villages along the south Dublin coast. Bathing, sailing, kayaking, suba diving, ferry trip around the bay, sailing and stand up paddleboarding are some of the main highlights.
2 - Well Worth the Climb - This map guides you around the uplands of the county with the most spectacular views of the city and Dublin Bay. Find your way to zip linging, horse riding, climbing, treking, sking, snowboarding, mountain biking and the start of the well known Wicklow Way, a 32km (82 mile) trail that starts in dlr and makes it way up through the wicklow mountain range.
3 - Between the lines - This map is a guide to all the cultural and historic gems that dlr has to offer. Theatre, music, heritage tours, gardens, literary & music events are just a few of the historic & cultural attractions in the county.
4 - Dun Laoghaire Town Map 2021
The Dun Laoghaire Town map is a guide to this iconic seaside town with a wealth of cultural, maritime and architectural charm alongside a busy shopping district with an array of cafes/restuarants to tickle your fancy.