North Coast and Malahide Castle Day Tour from Dublin

Mal Castle

Want to escape the bustling Dublin? From the magnificent stories of Malahide Castle, one of Ireland’s oldest castles, Avoca Store, to the scenery at Howth Harbour; this day tour will not disappoint.

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North Coast and Malahide Castle Day Tour from Dublin
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Adult (Age 15 & over)
USD 30.35
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USD 14.57
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Adult (Age 15 & over)
USD 30.35
USD 30.35
Child (Age 5-14)
USD 14.57
USD 14.57
2 children go free with each fare paying adult (up to 4 children in total)
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If you’re in Ireland to see castles, this Dublin North Coast and Castle Tour is perfect choice for you! During the tour you will visit Malahide Castle and many points of interest on the North Coast of Ireland, such as Portmarnock, Howth, Clontarf, North Bull Island and more!
  • Duration (incl. transportation): 5.5 - 6 hour(s)
  • Available: Daily
  • Pick-up: You can choose either Pick-up or Check-in (free).
  • Inclusion: English-speaking guide / Admission to Malahide Castle
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  • 10:00-10:50 Pick-up
  • 11:00 Tour Departs from Dublin
  • Visit to Malahide Castle & Avoca Store
    Mal Castle The castle dates back to the 12th century and is set amidst 250 acres of expansive parkland and gardens. The castle also plays host to the delectable delicacies of Avoca Café and food hall where you can enjoy a cake after browsing the fashion from Ireland’s top designers at the onsite Avoca Store.
  • Fishing village of Howth
    15 This working harbour has plenty to see to do from shopping in the beautiful local boutiques to the quaint cafés and tea rooms. Whether you want to stroll along the pier, spot the seals lazing in the crystal waters or simply munch on some fish and chips while sitting on the harbour wall.
  • Portmarnock
    Portmarnock lies on the coast and the town's name derives from the Irish word port - meaning port - and Saint Marnoch or Mernoc. Portmarnock has two golf courses, the Portmarnock Golf Club a championship course, where the Irish open used to be held.
  • Clontarf
    Clontarf is situated beside St. Anne's Park and its internationally famous Rose Garden. The park is a fantastic amenity but also an area of outstanding natural beauty. Clontarf is also the home of one of the world's most unique flora and fauna.
  • North Bull Island
    North Bull Island is located in Dublin Bay. It represents a small island, 5 km in length, built up over 200 years ago against a man-made sea wall. The island is connected to the mainland by a wooden road bridge. It is now a Nature Reserve and Bird Sanctuary.
  • 16:00 Tour Ends
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  • - Cancellations made before 7 days prior to the activity will be refunded fully minus 10% administration charges.
    - Cancellations made between 7 and 24 hours prior to the activity will be charged 20% of the total price.
    - Cancellations made less than 24 hours prior to the activity will be charged 100% of the total price.
USD 30.35
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Language English
Pick-up Available
Duration incl. transportation 5.5 - 6 hour(s)
Availability Daily
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