St. Anne’s Park and Clontarf Promenade

Location: North Dublin City.

Difficulty: Easy.

Time: 1 hr 45 mins (2 hrs 30 mins including beach).

Distance: 8km (12km including beach).

Equipment: Runners.

Families: Buggy friendly.

Rating: 4 stars.

This week we took on a very familiar and much-loved walk just minutes from Dublin city centre. Starting at the car park (free at weekends) opposite The Yacht pub, we headed north along the promenade, crossing into St. Anne’s Park at the first opportunity and looped back down to the car park via Sybill Hill Road and Vernon Avenue. Without the buggy, we would head out to Dollymount beach, onto Causeway Road and wait to enter St. Anne’s until the last opportunity. This walk provides a lovely mix of sea views, beach, parks and rose gardens. It’s the perfect family walk with plenty of facilities and attractions along the way.

Clontarf Promenade
Family friendly
The first entrance to St. Anne’s
The last entrance to St. Anne’s
Quick break to enjoy the Roses

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