Skerries 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.
Getting To and Around Skerries
For information on getting to and around Co. Dublin, see our Co. Dublin Transport Guide.
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:
- Dublin Bus provide an extensive local bus service to Dublin City and its suburbs and surrounds. The following Dublin Bus routes serve Skerries:
- National Lottery - St. Paul's Crescent
- St. Paul's Crescent - National Lottery
- Colaiste Choilm - St. Paul's Crescent
- St. Paul's Crescent - Colaiste Choilm
- Barnageeragh Road - Huguenot Cemetery
- Custom House - St. Paul's Crescent
- Bus routes operated by Bus ireann:
- Dundalk (Bus Station- Long Walk) - Drogheda (Bus Station)
- Skerries (War Memorial) - Dundalk (Bus Station- Long Walk)