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South Bull Wall

4.0 from 3 reviews
53.340801239, -6.1771402359

Pigeon House Road,
Dublin 4, Ireland

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The Great South Wall (also sometimes called the South Bull Wall) took some fifty years to construct and was finally completed in 1795. It was the world's longest sea-wall at the time of its building and still remains one of the longest in Europe.

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3 Reviews

South Bull Wall was first reviewed by Laura M. on 02 May 2009

Raters say we are...  walk, views, fishing, jog, dog, special, lighthouse, view, quiet

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Sarah H. Member since: August 2008 6 Reviews

Lives 3.1 km from South Bull Wall


I'm hesitant to write about my favourite place in Dublin in case it becomes any more popular. But I'm not a selfish girl! Summer evenings bring fishermen, photographers, walkers and dawdlers out for the view of Dublin Bay earned when you reach Poolbeg Lighthouse. I like to savour the walk and start on the pier, but the exercise conscious should start from Sandymount Strand.

Keywords: walk, view, lighthouse, special

Reviewed on: 14 Apr 2010

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Mike B. Member since: June 2008 456 Reviews Local hero

Lives 4.8 km from South Bull Wall


I wanted to take advantage of the nice weather over the weekend so I took a spin down here on the back of Laura M.'s review.

It's a great spot for a walk, jog, cycle or even a spot of fishing! Plus, you get a really different perspective of Dublin. The surface is a little uneven so it's a good idea to wear a comfortable pair of shoes.

Keywords: views, walk, jog, fishing

Reviewed on: 11 May 2009


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