Dun Laoghaire Ferries

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Dun Laoghaire Ferry
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More About Dun Laoghaire

Dún Laoghaire is a town on the east coast of Ireland, about seven miles (11km) south of the capital Dublin. Its focal point is a splendid harbour and the town is surrounded by spectacular rolling hills. There's lots to do and a wide range of top quality accommodation, services and amenities on the doorstep. Its easy access to Dublin city and transport links nationwide makes it an ideal place to begin or end your journey through the Emerald Isle.

Stenaline run a regular service directly into the port of Dun Laoghaire from Holyhead in North Wales. Sailings run twice daily in each direction subject to season. Sailing time is approx 90 mins, subject to weather. To get into the town centre, take a left when leaving the port and head for the town hall. There is ample parking available within the vicinity of the port.

Irish Ferries also run services from Liverpool and Holyhead to the Port of Dublin, only 8 miles away. When you leave the port travel over the toll bridge and follow the signs to Dun Laoghaire. It's a nice drive which takes you around the Sandymount shoreline with Dun Laoghaire and her harbour visible in the distance for most of the journey.

Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port

Dún Laoghaire makes a perfect base from where you can explore all that is on offer, not only in the immediate area, but also in the surrounding areas of County Wicklow and of course Dublin City. The many bus routes and the Dart make it easy for visitors to get around. A short journey into the city centre will connect you to anywhere in the country.

But why travel that far when some of the best views and walks are on the doorstep. Killiney and Dalkey Hills, Vico Road, Dalkey Island and Village and the James Joyce Tower to name but a few.

Don't forget that every Sunday there's a market in the People's Park. There are also markets on Saturdays in Monkstown and Dalkey Tram Yard and Blackrock Market is open every Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday.

Historically Dún Laoghaire has always been a 'Gateway to Ireland', Dún Laoghaire gets its name from the Irish translation Fort (Dún) of Laoghaire. It was once the seat of King Laoghaire, the ancient High King of Ireland before the Vikings sailed from Scandinavia and established themselves in Dublin.

Boasting one of the worlds finest harbours, Dún Laoghaire takes it's name form the great King Laoire who in 480A.D. maintained a great "Dún" or stone fort in the centre of the town. The ancient fort was demolished in 1803 to make way for the building of a Martello tower, which in turn was replaced in 1834 by the first suburban railway in the world. King Laoire's large garrison ensured that the Romans would think twice about invading Ireland from British shores.

Some say that Patrick the boy shepherd arrived at Dún Laoghaire as a slave, it was the same Patrick who returned in 432A.D. to face King Laoghaire and who subsequently destroyed his ancient Druid order. Traces of this order can still be found in Dún Laoghaire and the neighbouring village of Dalkey. Both towns are closely linked for it was the granite from Dalkey Hill that built Dún Laoghaire harbour in 1817.

This now thriving port prompted the building of a railway to link the southside of Dublin to the City. Churches, schools and shops had sprung up to accommodate the needs of the labourers and their families working on the construction of the harbour and then the railway, transforming the fishing village of Dún Laoghaire into a prosperous town that catered for the day trippers who would come from all over Dublin to enjoy the shopping and entertainment that the markets, the bandstand and the pavilion provided. Now nearing the 21st Century, Dún Laoghaire stills provides excellent shopping value and entertainment, with plenty of pubs, clubs and restaurants to choose from.

Today in Dún Laoghaire, people still enjoy a stroll along the "Prom", and then down the Pier. Stopping off at Teddy's for a Ninety Nine ice cream on the way home is a ritual to be savoured. During your visit you can enjoy anything your heart desires. Dún Laoghaire has a Wide Range of Activities for everyone, old and young. With the Harbour the center piece of the town, you can be assured of a wide and varied selection of water sports to choose from. Whether it's speeding through the waves of Dublin Bay and dancing the night away until the wee hours of the morning, strolling through the hills, horse riding, fishing or just taking it easy, Dún Laoghaire has everything on offer. It is also the ideal place to base yourself if your planning a visit to Dublin, or the rest of Ireland.


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