Dublin’s Finest Family-Friendly Beaches for an Ideal Summer Escape

With the weather finally set to get warmer and the sun about to shine, Dublin’s best beaches are sure to become magnets for sun-seekers.
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Velvet Strand, Portmarnock: Dublin’s Premier Beach
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Balscadden Beach in Howth Image Matteo Poli EyeEm via Getty Images
The Hidden Gem: Balscadden Beach, Howth
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Balscadden Beach in Howth Image Matteo Poli EyeEm via Getty Images<br>
Dollymount Strand: A Vast Playground on Bull Island
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Killiney Beach: A Charming Pebble Paradise
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Burrow Beach, Sutton: A Dune-Lined Retreat
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Portrane Beach: A Northern Escape
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The gap between the cliff and concrete Sea Bees is the 20m of land Tom Burton says he has lost over three decades
The Quaint Charm of Sandycove Beach
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Donabate Beach: A Scenic Northern Gem
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Malahide Beach: A Pretty Coastal Escape
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Skerries Harbour: Sunset Views and Sandy Shores
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The Family-Friendly Vibes of Sandymount Strand
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The Scenic Wonder of Seapoint Beach
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The Tranquil Beauty of White Rock Beach
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Sunrise over Dalkey Island taken from White Rock Beach Killiney
Sutton’s Scenic South Shore
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Poolbeg Beach: Urban Beach Experience
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The Allure of Loughshinny Beach
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Loughshinny Beach
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