Bray

Bray is one of the oldest seaside resorts in the country and still retains much of its Victorian charm with the promenade and the houses facing the sea front. There is a wonderful Aquarium on the promenade with over 700 species of marine life. The Town House has been recently restored, and also the Old Courthouse which now houses the local heritage centre. Bray Golf Club is at the mouth of the Dargle River where it enters Bray Harbour. There is a Martello Tower overlooking the harbour also, one of many which were built to protect against possible invasion by the French. The modern town of Bray is a busy commercial town, which is within easy access of Dublin city. The DART train takes 25 minutes to reach Dublin city centre.

 Activities in Bray

Bike Rental
Bicycle Hire ER Harris

Bowling
Bray Leisure Bowl
International Leisure Bowl

Department Stores
Sheilas Flower Shops
Bray Sports Centre Limited Tackle Dealer
Gerry Mahony Tackle Dealer

Equestrian Centres
Festina Lente Foundation

Equestrian Holidays
Brennanstown Riding School

Golf Courses
Bray Golf Club
Old Conna Golf Club

Leisure Centres And Gyms
Royal Hotel And Leisure Centre Conference Services

Other Adventure Sports
Bray Festival Darts

Scuba Diving Clubs
Urban Adventure

Swimming Pools And Waterparks
Bray Indoor Heated Swimming Pool

Walking Routes Not Guided
A Walk Along Bray Seafront

 


 
 
 
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