Skerries is another of North County Dublin’s sea-side towns located 31 km 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 residential 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 area's best tourist attractions and is well worth a visit.
Map of Skerries
Getting To and Around Skerries
For information on getting to and around Co. Dublin, see our Co. Dublin Transport Guide.
Public Transport to and around Skerries
33N Peter & Paul Church, stop 7174 Bus route operated by Nitelink, Dublin Bus
33e Irish Life Mall - Northcliffe Heights Bus route operated by Dublin Bus
100 Skerries (War Memorial) - Bus route operated by Bus Éireann
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Places to Stay in Skerries
- Redbank House 5/6 Church Street