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The Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk

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Address: Bray Promenade, Bray, Ireland
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One of the most beautiful views in Ireland. I did this walk 3 times and I will do again soon. Amazing views and in the end you can enjoy a good meal in Bray or Greystones... read more

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Maceio, AL
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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

One of the most beautiful views in Ireland. I did this walk 3 times and I will do again soon. Amazing views and in the end you can enjoy a good meal in Bray or Greystones. Amazing!

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Greystones, Ireland
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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

The Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk was beautiful. Walking from Greystones to Bray was amazing. It's so so great to do this walk . Interesting Walk . Perfect Location.

Thank Beuls F
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This is a walk that can easily be done in two hours, but in a good day you can wander about for hours and breath-in the beautiful landscape and sights. Advisable to get to Greystones, have a hearty breakfast at the Gourmet and then walk back to Bray to catch the train to Dublin. Greystones and Bray, for the rest,... More 

Thank federico f
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

This is a great walk but for anyone thinking of doing it I would highly recommend getting the dart from bray to grey stones and walking back the way for best views. Down side to grey stones is the you walk threw a building site and a pointless field before you get to see anything nice

Thank Jessbyrne2010
Dublin, Ireland
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42 reviews
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Right, if you're in reasonable shape this is an easy-ish adventure. BUT please be careful as it's gets a bit tricky in places - path gets narrow and there are briars overgrowing in parts and it's along a cliff for goodness' sake. It's worth it though - the views are incredible and you can get the DART train back to... More 

Thank Jonathan H
California, Maryland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Enjoyed the walk. The trail itself is 6 km, maybe 1 km from the RR station to the trail. Not a really hard walk, my guess is that it is 200-250 metres gain. Beautiful views. Some tips: If possible, avoid the weekends or holidays, it gets crowded. Go to the toilet before the walk, there are not many places to... More 

Thank creativity2001
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This walk is along the coastline from Bray to Greystones. The starting point is at the end of the promenade in Bray and there is a free car park there. I'd recommend arriving early if you are walking at the weekends as the car park fills quickly. The path is fenced in so your not actually walking along the cliff... More 

Thank Irishskibunny23
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8 reviews
3 attraction reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice walk on a sunny day...easy terrain...great scenery... nice places to eat in Greystones at the end of the walk too.

Thank Daniel B
Sweetgrass, Montana
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Reviewed 1 week ago

On a good day, this is an amazing walk. We were lucky enough to do it on Easter Saturday when the sun was shining and there wasn't much wind. It's a beautiful walk, scenery in each direction for most of the walk, but not a completely flat (or wide) surface for the entire route. I wouldn't recommend a stroller/pram/buggy, although... More 

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Cainta, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you have no time to visit the spectacular Cliffs of Moher in Co. Clare and rushing your time in Ireland, Bray to Greystone Cliff Walk would be the best alternative. A 5-6 km walk from two villages passing the cliffs.You will see lovely birds and two villages hand and hand. Since this is a common cliff walk in the... More 

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