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Skerries, Co. Dublin

Skerries Windmill, Skerries, Co DublinSkerries is another of North County Dublin’s sea-side towns located 31km (19mi) north of Dublin City Centre. It is a prosperous fishing town with much on offer to tourist. Skerries is now one of Dublin’s most desirable resedential areas due to its character and its lovely seaside.

Skerries’ long sandy beach, an ideal spot for safe bathing for adults and children alike, is watched by lifeguards during the summer months. It is joined to the Red Island Scenic Park, with excellent views and a children’s playground.

The Skerries Mills is one of the areas best tourist attractions and is well worth a visit.

On this page you can see a map of Skerries, see what's on in Skerries, find out how to get to Skerries, find things to see and do in Skerries, visit local websites for Skerries, find Hotels in Skerries, browse restaurants in Skerries.

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Rail to Skerries

Skerries, Co. Dublin is served by Skerries.

Bus to Skerries

  • Dublin Bus's Nitelink services provide the following late-night bus services to Skerries:
    • 33N:
      • Church
  • Dublin Bus provide an extensive local bus service to Dublin City and its suburbs and surrounds. The following Dublin Bus routes serve Skerries:
    • 33:
      • National Lottery - St. Paul's Crescent
      • St. Paul's Crescent - National Lottery
    • 33A:
      • Colaiste Choilm - St. Paul's Crescent
      • St. Paul's Crescent - Colaiste Choilm
    • 33X:
      • Barnageeragh Road - Huguenot Cemetery
      • Custom House - St. Paul's Crescent
  • Bus routes operated by Bus ireann:
    • 100:
      • Dundalk (Bus Station- Long Walk) - Drogheda (Bus Station)
      • Skerries (War Memorial) - Dundalk (Bus Station- Long Walk)

Things to See and Do in Skerries

Skerries Mills Skerries Mills

Skerries, Co Dublin, Ireland
The Skerries Mills industrial and heritage centre and town park comprises a watermill, 5-sail windmill and 4-sail windmill with associated mill races, mill pond and wetlands.

The Little Theatre

The Old School, Skerries Community Centre, Dublin Road, Skerries, Co. Dublin

Hotels in Skerries

The Redbank Restaurant & Guesthouse The Redbank Restaurant & Guesthouse

6-7 Church Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Offering rooms with cosy bathrobes and fine Irish cuisine, Redbank House is situated in the centre of Skerries. Guests can enjoy fresh local seafood and water from the house’s own well.

Restaurants in Skerries

Blue Cafe Bar Blue Cafe Bar

Harbour Road Skerries, Skerries, Co. Dublin
In a great harbourside location in Skerries, Blue hits the spot for casual dining, a lively night out with friends, after work cocktails or just wasting away the weekend.

Bombay House Bombay House

24 Strand Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Bombay House located on Strand Street in Skerries is the newest addition to the Indian restaurant scene in the area. They serve the finest food, which perfectly combines the ancient traditions and authentic flavors of India alongside more contemporar

Divino Italian Restaurant

26A Church Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Welcome to DiVino, their family run Italian Restaurant is situated in the heart of Skerries, north county Dublin. They serve modern and authentic Italian food and wine in a cosy and friendly atmosphere.

Fifty4

54 Strand Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Fifty4 is an authentic Italian restaurant located on Strand Street in Skerries. They create simple Italian style cuisine and stone baked pizzas. They use artisan and locally sourced ingredients and only the freshest pasta.

Ollies Place Ollies Place

16 New Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Established in 2008, Ollies Place is a perfect cocktail of contemporary New York style and urban legend all mixed up with a unique lively spirit!

Stoop Your Head Stoop Your Head

Harbour Road, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Cannot get enough of this place. Harbour setting and excellent atmosphere all nights of the week. Presumably this is helped no end by one of the best bar food menus in the country. Options for all tastes, with efficient, friendly service. Arrive earl

The Brick House The Brick House

24 Harbour Road, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Fantastic Tapas Bar overlooking Skerries harbour with amazing views. Soon to be Skerries coolest restaurant!!

The Olive Cafe The Olive Cafe

86a Strand Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Olive delicatessen and cafe is owned and personally operated by Peter and Deirdre Dorrity. Prior to opening Olive, Peter and Deirdre successfully ran Cafe Irie, a coffee shop situated in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin. They sold this in 2005 , fancy

The Orchid Restaurant The Orchid Restaurant

51B Church Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin

The Red Bank House & Restaurant The Red Bank House & Restaurant

5-7 Church Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin
The Red Bank Restaurant is a part of the stunning Red Bank House located in the beautiful town of Skerries in North Dublin. Its unique location means that it's a welcome escape from the madness of the city centre, so if you're searching for a quiet a

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Pubs & Nightlife

Skerries Pubs and Nightlife: An essential part of Ireland's social life and a must for every visitor.

Guided Tours

Guided Tours and Bus Tours: Take a bus tour around Skerries, or an overnight tour visiting various sights in Skerries and the surrounding regions.

Map of Skerries