yourself in Skerries and explore Historical Fingal....
Ardgillan Castle ~ Drogheda ~ Boyne Valley ~ Mellifont Abbey ~ Monasterboice
~ Newgrange ~ Lusk: Heritage Centre, Round and Norman Tower ~ Baldungan
Castle ~ Newbridge House ~ Malahide Castle
town of Skerries, just 20km North of Dublin Airport, with its tree
lined streets and colourful display of flowers (participated in
the "Entente Florale" and emerged the Overall Gold Award
Winner The Best in Europe 1996) give Skerries a spacious and tranquil
atmosphere ideal for the holidaymaker.
harbour is a major landing port for Dublin bay prawns and in season
is a hive of activity. A large colony of grey seals resides in and
around the harbour, also the location of the sailing club and several
of the town's restaurants and pubs.
has a long sandy beach, ideal for children and safe bathing, patrolled
by lifeguards during the summer for that extra peace of mind. A
grass promenade runs the length of this beach, joining it to Red
Island Scenic Park, with its fine views and free children's playground.
Tourism Guide will help you find contact details for hundreds
of businesses and services located in Skerries and surrounding
areas. Click here »
you come to Skerries, why not look at our map of the town, and
familiarise yourself with locations of all our local amenities?
Click here »
you are a lover of eating out, good music, or just want to enjoy
a tasty pint, our Food & Pub guide will point you in the
right direction. Click here »
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