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Seapoint Beach

Dublin, Meath

Seapoint beach opens to the north consisting of sand and large rocks. The beach is shallow and flat. The area is suitable for swimming at high tide to the south of the beach when the sea covers some of the rocks.

Beach Type

Sand. rocks

Facilities

The beach has facilities for disabled users
Shops
Restaurants and accommodation available in the town of Dún Laoghaire
A DART ride away

Activities

Swimming

Water Quality

Not Tested

Lifeguard

Yes

Cleaning and Litter

Animals not allowed on the beach. 10. 30am to 7pm Mon-Sun from June 1st to September 30th. At all other times they must be under control and droppings removed.

Tourist Information

http://www.dlrtourism.com

Location

Nearest town: Dublin
County: Meath
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7381, -6.25122

Access

From Seapoint DART station come out onto Seapoint Avenue and go left. Turn left on to Brighton Vale and the beach entrance is to your right.

Public Transport

Seapoint is accessible by DART train to and from Dublin. The DART station is a 10 min walk away from the beach.

Parking

Parking available.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in Dublin