The Great South Wall

13.12.2018 - 13.12.2019

It’s off-radar for a reason. Access to Dublin Bay’s Great South Wall (dating from 1716, when it was designed to combat the silting that disrupted ships) is via a pretty disgusting industrial route. Get past the scrapyards and sewage ponds, however, and you emerge at a granite walkway stretching from the Pigeon House towers to Poolbeg Lighthouse. On a good day, views range from Terminal 2 to the Sugarloaf. You’re welcome.

Place: Dublin, Bay
Date: all year
Start: every time
Admission: free


Dublin, Írsko



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