Howth – Binn Éadair in Irish, coming from the word headland. It’s a small fishing village and a great spot for a day cliff walk.
Howth cliff walk.
Howth peninusla is a great destination for a beautiful day walk along the cliff paths lead around the coastline. The violet path is around 10 km but you can expend it if wish to see a bit of town. Howth gives a view of Dublin Bay and the Wicklow Mountains. A start point is a fishing and yachting port, where you have a choice of plenty seafood restaurants which you must visit. The queue for the most popular fish&chips takeaways can be enormous during weekends. But fish burger is really worth trying there, as the made from fresh fishing. The beautiful scenery of the village and the coastal paths attracts lots of tourists over the whole year. But there’s lots of more unique things to see in Howth. Usually there’s lots of big seals swimming around and bobbing up with their cute noses. Last time while walking around the cliffs I even saw beautiful dolphins. Taking a walk you can admire amazing cliff coast and reachable stone beaches. But also one of the most expensive properties in Ireland. Some of them are owned by the famous artists.