A Guide To Dublin Sunsetswhere to watch the sunset in Dublin?

There is no denying when Ireland has nice weather it can be one of the most beautiful places in the world. The green scenery, stunning beaches and peaceful mountains (ok, ok … hills) really come to life when the sun shines. The recent sunny weather has inspired me to put together a guide to Dublin Sunsets, here you will find the top locations to watch the sky come to life as the sun fades in Irelands capital city, Dublin. sunset Dublin Ireland

So whether you’re a tourist on vacation, a local looking for a relaxing evening or planning a trip to Dublin, stay tuned to find out the best places to watch the sky come to life. sunset Dublin Ireland

1. Howth sunset Dublin Ireland

Howth is a fishing village located approximately 30 minutes from Dublin’s City Centre. It is the perfect location to watch the sky change from day to night. In fact, it is the only place in Dublin where you can see the sunset directly on the waterfront. Head towards Howth’s light house for this picture perfect spot. It is an experience you won’t forget.

Sunset Dublin Ireland : A guide to Dublin sunsets, So whether you’re a tourist on vacation, a local looking for a relaxing evening or planning a trip to Dublin, stay tuned to find out the best places to watch the sky come to life.

2. Dun Laoghaire Pier sunset Dublin Ireland

This seaside town is the perfect place to relax and watch the sunset. Buy yourself an ice cream and go for walk down the pier. On a sunny day, you’re sure to see the sky light up with breathtaking colours. Dun Laoghaire is the perfect location for a romantic date by the sea, with loads of restaurants nearby.

where to watch the sunset in Dublin?

3. Bray Head sunset Dublin Ireland

Okay, so the next two locations are slightly cheating cause technically they are located in County Wicklow, not Dublin, however, with easy access from the city centre via the Dart, there is no reason why you can’t enjoy these spectacular views. You could even make a day out of it and do the Bray to Greystones walk, just make sure you make it back in time for sunset.

Sunset Dublin Ireland : A guide to Dublin sunsets, So whether you’re a tourist on vacation, a local looking for a relaxing evening or planning a trip to Dublin, stay tuned to find out the best places to watch the sky come to life.

4. Bray Seafront sunset Dublin Ireland

Sometimes it is important to look in the opposite direction to where the sun is setting. Walking along Bray’s seafront is such a relaxing experience, especially when you’re faced with such beautiful colours. There is something special about this place and it is defiantly worth a visit.

Sunset Dublin Ireland : A guide to Dublin sunsets, So whether you’re a tourist on vacation, a local looking for a relaxing evening or planning a trip to Dublin, stay tuned to find out the best places to watch the sky come to life.

5. The Hell Fire Club sunset Dublin Ireland

If you like nature, the great outdoors and breathtaking views, then the hellfire club is the place for you. It is the perfect place for a picnic as you watch the sun light up Dublin City. The Hell Fire Club is located on the top of Montpellier hill, a 30-minute drive from the city centre. Be sure to bring your camera to capture spectacular views of the city from the mountain top.

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Sunset Dublin Ireland : A guide to Dublin sunsets, So whether you’re a tourist on vacation, a local looking for a relaxing evening or planning a trip to Dublin, stay tuned to find out the best places to watch the sky come to life.

6. Ticknock sunset Dublin Ireland

Much like the Hell Fire Club, Ticknock is another mountainous hike for those who love the great outdoors. Head straight for the ruins of the ‘fairy castle’ to witness a beautiful sunset along the hillside. Don’t forget to wrap up warm though, it can get chilly once the sun goes in.

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Sunset Dublin Ireland : A guide to Dublin sunsets, So whether you’re a tourist on vacation, a local looking for a relaxing evening or planning a trip to Dublin, stay tuned to find out the best places to watch the sky come to life.

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