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Killiney Beach

Dublin, Dublin

Killiney beach is a stony beach of some 800m in length. The beach is sheltered and suitable for bathing and swimming with gentle gradient from the water's edge. Killiney Bay, with its magnificent vista and walks, has often been compared to the Bay of Naples.

Beach Type

Pebbles

Facilities

The beach has facilities for disabled users with Killiney Hill Park close by
Village of Killiney has some shops but greater choice in Dalkey
A few miles to the north

Activities

Swimming
Walking

Nature and Wildlife

Killiney Hill Park.

Water Quality

Not Tested

Lifeguard

Yes

Cleaning and Litter

Animals not allowed on beach 10. 30-7 Mon-Sun June 1-September 30. At all other times they must be under effectual control and droppings removed.

Tourist Information

http://www.dlrtourism.com

Location

Nearest town: Dublin
County: Dublin
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2658, -6.10153

Access

Take the N11 south from Dublin. left onto Wyattville Road. right onto Military Road. then left onto Station Road. Find the entrance to the beach beyond the DART station.

Public Transport

Killiney is accessible by DART train to and from Dublin

Parking

Parking available.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in Dublin