Bray

Known as the "Irish Brighton," this lively seaside town boasts beautiful beaches overlooked by a thriving promenade.

Bray is a long-established holiday resort with hotels and guesthouses, shops, restaurants and evening entertainment. The town is near two 18-hole golf courses, a tennis club, fishing, a sailing club and horse riding. Bray also has amusement arcades and the National Sealife Centre. Bray Head has views of mountains and sea. The concrete cross at the top of the head was erected in 1950 for the holy year. Bray is used as a base for walkers, and has a mile-long promenade which stretches from the harbour, with its colony of mute swans, to the base of Bray Head at the southern end. A track leads to the summit. Also used by walkers is the 7 km (4.3 mi) Cliff Walk along Bray Head out to Greystones.
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